Making America Great Again
President Donald J. Trump Achievements
Thanks to pressure from President Trump, Mexico apprehended 134,000 people this calendar year, tens of thousands more than last year according to CBP.
From May to August, border apprehensions dropped 56%, reflecting the Administration’s effective “Remain in Mexico” policy which pressures Mexico to control the flow of migrants through the border.
President Trump unveiled his Administration’s plan to create a “fair, modern, and lawful system” of immigration for the United States.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a waiver expediting border wall projects along our Southern Border in order to ensure the security of the United States.
President Trump visited the Southern border where he underscored his commitment to securing the border and providing border officials the capacity needed to address the immigration crisis.
In accordance with President Trump’s commitment to securing the border, the Pentagon announced that it is moving 250 active duty troops to the Texas border in advance of a new caravan of migrants.
To improve border security, the Pentagon announced plans to send thousands of additional troops to the southern border, further demonstrating President Trump’s commitment to securing the border.
June 2018 saw an 18 percent decline in Southwest border apprehensions and inadmissibles compared to May.
President Tump Hosts Angel Families at The White House to discuss the Urgency of Combating Illegal Alien Crimes in the United States and Enforcing our Immigration Laws
First Lady Melania Trump Traveled to McAllen, Texas to Visit Children at Upbring New Hope Children’s Center and Participated in a Roundtable Discussion with Leaders and Staff
President Trump signs Executive Order to Address Family Separation at the Border in Light of Congress’s Negligence to Act
The Pentagon approved DHS’s request for 736 additional national guard personnel.
Improved vetting for refugees, and switched focus to overseas resettlement.
President Signs Memo to End ‘Catch and Release’ Immigration Policy
President Trump approved for the deployment of the national guard to protect the Southwest border.
The Department of Justice Transferred Immigration Judges to Six Detention Centers Near the Border to Work in Courts with Excessive Backlog
Refugee Admissions Hit Lowest Number in 15 Years
U.S. Pulls Out of U.N. Global Compact on Migration
Department of Justice Announces New Set of Priorities for Grants From the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services
Presidential Executive Order on Resuming the United States Refugee Admissions Program with Enhanced Vetting Capabilities.
Department of Justice Announces Final Warning to Jurisdictions Suspected of Having “Sanctuary Policies”
President Trump Releases Immigration Priorities to Secure the Border, Enforce Immigration Laws, and Reform the Immigration System
Under President Trump, ICE Makes 97,482 Arrests of Illegal Aliens, A 43 Percent Increase over the Same Period Last Year
Department of Homeland Security Rescinds Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program
The Number of Counties Participating in the 287(g) Program Doubles The Number of Active Programs in 2016, Is On Track To Triple By the End of The Year
Department of Homeland Security Launches The Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement office to Support Victims of Crimes Committed by Criminal Aliens
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Implements New Guidelines to End ‘Catch and Release’ Policies
The House of Representatives Introduces Legislation that Includes $1.6 Billion in Funding For a Border Wall
President Trump Orders the Hiring of 15,000 New Immigration Enforcement Agents, Including 5,000 Additional Border Patrol Agents