In FY 2015, of…nearly 45 million nonimmigrant visitors, DHS calculated a total overstay rate of 1.17 percent, or 527,127 individuals,” DHS officials said in a joint statement submitted to the House Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, which held a hearing on “Overstaying Their Welcome: National Risks Posed by Visa Overstays.”
Some visitors stayed beyond their authorized visit, but left the country by Jan. 4, 2016, reducing the suspected overstays to 416,500, the statement continued.
In January, DHS released its first Entry/Exit Overstay Report, which contains data on visa overstays, defined as “a nonimmigrant who was lawfully admitted to the United States for an authorized period but stayed in the United States beyond his or her lawful admission period.”
At a Bernie Sanders rally in Green Bay, Wisc., a high school teacher admitted he indoctrinates his students into socialism:
Joy Behar, an outspoken critic of Trump, pointed out that the Republican was “right” about the Iraq invasion being a “huge mistake” and everyone seemed to be in agreement that Trump accurately noted in January that “there’s something bad going on” in Brussels.
“He was right, so his foreign policy isn’t so outrageous,” co-host Sunny Hostin said. She later added, “I can’t believe I’m feeling this way, but he seems reasonable today.”
Co-host Paula Faris also expressed some shock that Trump was seeming more like the “voice of reason” on terrorism.
After making it clear she’s not a big fan of Trump’s, Raven-Symone admitted Trump uses the “verbiage you use when you close the door to your house and you say it to your family.”