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    Senior Member FedUpinFarmersBranch's Avatar
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    Fingerprinting Plan Will Dramatically Increase Deportations

    Fingerprinting Plan Will Dramatically Increase Deportations
    'Secure Communities' Would Ensnare Minor as well as Serious Offenders
    By Daphne Eviatar 5/22/09 6:00 AM

    U.S. Border Patrol agent Gabriel Pacheco walks back to his vehicle along the border fence with its concertino wire topping it Monday Nov. 17, 2008 in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

    The idea of deporting illegal immigrants who are also hardened criminals wouldn’t seem like a controversial idea. So when David Venturella, Executive Director of the Secure Communities Program at Immigration and Customs Enforcement testified to Congress in April, he proudly announced the expansion of his program as part of a “comprehensive effort to increase national security and community safety by identifying, processing, and removing deportable criminal aliens.
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    Senior Member miguelina's Avatar
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    By fingerprinting illegal aliens, we will know who they are. I don't see a problem with that. If they are illegal aliens, they must be deported.
    I don't care WHY or HOW they are found, they shouldn't be here and must leave.

    If they are legal residents, it shouldn't take three months to provide the necessary legal documents.
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    It's about damn time!!!

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    Re: Fingerprinting Plan Will Dramatically Increase Deportati

    pilot program by President Bush last year. It requires local police to check the immigration status of everyone booked into a local jail. When suspects are fingerprinted, their identifying information is immediately sent to ICE to determine the suspect’s immigration status. (ICE maintains fingerprint data on all individuals who’ve had contact with immigration authorities.) Undocumented immigrants (and even some immigrants who are legal residents) can eventually be deported after their criminal cases are resolved and any sentence is served. If fingerprints from all 14 million suspects booked into local jails each year were screened this way, DHS estimates, about 1.4 million immigrants would be deemed “criminal aliens
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    Senior Member Dixie's Avatar
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    I'm so sick of this minor infraction argument! They are getting deported because they are in the country illegally and that's not a minor infraction. With premeditation and direct action, they intentionally entered the country, which is the crime for which they are being deported.

    You do not get deported for traffic violations.

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