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Chinese Nationals Found In Trunk Of Car At US Border Crossing

SAN DIEGO (CBSLA.com) — Border Patrol officers say an alleged human smuggling attempt was thwarted this week after four Chinese nationals were discovered hiding in the trunk of a car. 176 more words


Aguas Verdes Border Crossing & the City of Guayaquil

I’d heard a lot of horror stories when it came to crossing the border from Peru into Ecuador. Aguas Verdes, the coastal crossing on the Panamerican highway, once had a reputation for being the worst border crossing in South America. 883 more words


Why refugees are choosing to cross over in Manitoba instead of Saskatchewan?

On Thursday, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister once again called on the federal government for help to address the wave of asylum seekers who continue to enter through Manitoba. 1,062 more words


The Middle of our Travels in South America: Ecuador

We are in our last month of travels for this trip and it feels as though it is time to get another blog post ready to go. 1,441 more words

Cabinet to map out scenarios for dealing with border-crossers

As expected, work taking place behind the scenes:

Federal cabinet ministers are set for an in-depth discussion of the practical and political pressures being placed on the Liberal government by a rising number of asylum seekers in Canada.

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The Power of Prayer

When the Executive Order on Immigration first came down, Christine Fogel was afraid. “I was feeling kind of powerless, and so I prayed about it,” she says. 549 more words

Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

The Writing On The Wall

In the first month of Donald Trump’s presidency, illegal immigration is down by almost one-third, according to U.S. Customs.

Illegal immigration across the southwest border plummeted in January, compared to December, as the flow of both illegal immigrant families and children traveling alone dried up, according to numbers released by Customs and Border Protection.

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