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Election Security

DHS Should not be used against protesters. Congress should act to redefine DHS rules of conduct, use by executive, jurisdiction

It is wrong for DHS agents to be used as police to break up lawful protests, which are protected by US constitution. The events in Oregon underscore the fact the DHS actions there are being used as a partisan tool and not because of need. Specifically local officials never asked for DHS agents to "help" . In fact they want them to let them handle it. Remember states rights? . Conspicuously DHS has never been called to... more »

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Academic Engagement

Avoiding abuse by colleges

Universities are reclassifying their majors to get around DHS regulations, for example New York University classifies journalism and drama under a STEM major. STEM is science, technology,engineering and math. This is clearly abusive.

 

In other instances for example at Berkeley, professors openly stated they would conspire to get around DHS/ICE rules by having one student classrooms for immigrants. Immigration is highly... more »

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RE: Interim Guidance: Civil Immigration Enforcement and Removal Priorities

To Whom it May Concern,

 

The recent memo issued to ICE by Tae D. Johnson as entitled falls unbearably short of the expectations that the majority of US citizens have for the Biden Administration and the respective offices under its authority, specifically the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In the memo, a "presumed priority" noncitizen may be defined as follows:... more »

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