close Video DHS Secretary Chad Wolf: New Yorkers will be cut off from global entry in response to state’s sanctuary law New York state plans to sue the federal government over global entry suspension; Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf joins ‘Sunday Morning Futures.’ Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf wanted to cleared the air Sunday over his department’s decision to bar New Yorkers from participating in Global Entry and Trusted Traveler Programs [TTP], stating that it has nothing to do with the state’s decision to allow illegal immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses, and everything to do with keeping Customs and Border Protection [CBP] officials from accessing necessary data. House Democrats demanded that Wolf’s department turn over documents related to the decision, calling it a ”senseless, retaliatory” move. “This has nothing to do with the law that they passed regarding providing driver’s licenses to illegal aliens. Again, that’s wrong, that’s dangerous, and that’s irresponsible, but that’s separate from what we did this week,” Wolf told Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.” GLOBAL ENTRY SUSPENSION TO AFFECT 800K NEW YORKERS OVER 5 YEARS, 86K IMMEDIATELY, CBP OFFICIAL SAYS Wolf announced his decision in a letter Wednesday, stating that New York’s “Green Light Law” has… Read full this story
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