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U.S. Department of Homeland Security

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  • Broken immigration system is no excuse to ignore the law [Letter]

    Broken immigration system is no excuse to ignore the law [Letter]
    Regarding the Sunpaper article "O'Malley seeks answers from DHS on immigration program," (Feb. 12), I understand prioritization and focusing on the "big fish." But once an immigrant has been detained, should the Department of Homeland Security have the...
  • Groups target inconsistencies in immigration enforcement

    Groups target inconsistencies in immigration enforcement
    An undocumented immigrant arrested in Prince George's County will spend 48 extra hours in jail at the request of immigration agents — regardless of the charge or the person's past criminal record. But the standard is different just across the line...
  • O'Malley and undocumented immigrants [Letter]

    O'Malley and undocumented immigrants [Letter]
    Gov. Martin O'Malley welcomes undocumented immigrants into the state, so he shouldn't wonder that Maryland experiences a higher share of deportations than other states ("O'Malley seeks answers from DHS on immigration program," Feb. 11). He complains...
  • Illegal immigrants are criminals [Letter]

    Illegal immigrants are criminals [Letter]
    Our governor seems a bit confused. He wrote a letter to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security asking why they are doing their job and deporting illegal immigrants who do not have a serious criminal history ("Groups target inconsistencies in immigration...
  • Putting Maryland to work [Editorial]

    The debate over the minimum wage, both in Maryland and nationally, and related concerns over income inequality have provoked some unpleasant and ongoing side effects. The recent trend of billionaires flaunting their perceived superiority over the less-...
  • Advocates square off over state immigration bill

    Advocates square off over state immigration bill
    Advocates and law enforcement officials called on state lawmakers Thursday to approve legislation that would limit the circumstances under which illegal immigrants could be held in jail — a proposal intended to curb a 5-year-old federal...
  • No decision yet on MLB's added security measures in 2014, including metal detectors

    No decision yet on MLB's added security measures in 2014, including metal detectors
    While a top Major League Baseball security official said Friday that fans should expect beefed-up security next year, including possibly walk-through metal detectors, a MLB spokesman said no decisions for 2014 have been made.   Speaking on a sports...
  • Immigration services to get new digs

    Immigration services to get new digs
    The Baltimore office in which federal officials grant citizenship to immigrants is moving to its own building on the city's outskirts, where it will no longer be housed with the agency that deports people. The Maryland office of U.S. Citizenship and...
  • Survey: Federal workers still willing to put in extra effort as job satisfaction drops

    After Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant melted down in 2011, Nathan Sanfilippo joined a team at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission charged with evaluating what went wrong and determining how to prevent a similar disaster in the United States. Developing a...
  • Man in custody after brief standoff outside U.S. courthouse

    Man in custody after brief standoff outside U.S. courthouse
    A man put what turned out to be a pellet gun to his head Thursday outside the U.S. courthouse in downtown Baltimore, triggering a response that closed streets and emptied offices before he surrendered without incident. At 10:15 a.m., the U.S. marshals...
  • Switch in college focus pays off for cybersecurity contest winner

    Switch in college focus pays off for cybersecurity contest winner
    Rafael Mation came to the United States four years ago from Brazil with a degree in accounting and an interest in pursuing a career in English. But somewhere along the way, the 27-year-old Anne Arundel Community College student and Roland Park...
  • President holds trump card on immigration

    President holds trump card on immigration
    President Barack Obama is tantalizingly close to passing comprehensive immigration reform, a legacy achievement. The Senate has provided a bipartisan bill, and the House is working on reform. The key issues are border security and a legal pathway to...