Tuesday, December 12, 2017

¿Piensa hacer un viaje internacional este verano? Entérese qué le espera 

La U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) sugiere que de un repaso a las leyes y con qué puede encontrarse cuando llega a la frontera con Estados Unidos o viaja fuera de ella.

Ver: ¿Piensa hacer un viaje internacional este verano? Entérese qué le espera | El Nuevo Herald

 

Texas governor signs law to ban ‘sanctuary cities’ 

Texas Rep. Rafael Anchia, D-Dallas, at podium, is surrounded by fellow lawmakers as he speaks against an anti-"sanctuary cities" bill that has already cleared the Texas Senate and seeks to jail sheriffs and other officials who refuse to help enforce federal immigration law, Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
The law allows police to inquire about the immigration status of anyone they detain and imposes stricter punishment on officials who harbor or don’t report illegal immigrants.

Source: Texas governor signs law to ban ‘sanctuary cities’ – Caribbean Business

Mexican state attorney general arrested at U.S. border in San Diego on drug trafficking charges 

Federal agents in San Diego have arrested the attorney general for the Mexican state of Nayarit on charges that he conspired to smuggle heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine into the U.S.

Edgar Veytia, 46, was detained Monday at the U.S. border in San Diego on an indictment handed down by a grand jury in New York, Ralph DeSio, a spokesman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, said Wednesday.

Source: Mexican state attorney general arrested at U.S. border in San Diego on drug trafficking charges – LA Times

Fiscal general anuncia acciones contra las ciudades santuario: “No pueden continuar” 

El fiscal general, Jeff Sessions, aseguró que las políticas de las ciudades santuario, espacios que se niegan a colaborar con las autoridades migratorias en la detención de personas indocumentadas, “hacen que nuestra nación sea menos segura” y agregó que “violan la ley federal”.

Source: Fiscal general anuncia acciones contra las ciudades santuario: “No pueden continuar” – Univision