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    More entrant criminals face deportation

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    More entrant criminals face deportation
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    Tucson, Arizona | Published: 05.24.2008

    The U.S. this year will mark for deportation more than 200,000 illegal immigrant criminals, a 22 percent increase from 164,000 in 2007, a senior Bush administration official said.
    The planned removals reflect a stepped-up enforcement effort, said Julie Myers, the Homeland Security assistant secretary who runs Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The number marked for deportation last year was more than double the 64,000 in 2006.
    "It means these folks won't get off onto the street and back into the community," Myers told reporters in Washington.
    Immigration officials have been criticized by Democrats such as Rep. David Price of North Carolina, chairman of the House appropriations subcommittee that funds enforcement, for not doing more to send violent felons back to their home countries.
    Myers said her agency is screening all criminals in federal and state prisons for potential immigration violations and is doing more to check on those kept in community jails.
    Immigration authorities also are tracking down more illegal immigrants who have violated court orders to leave the country, she said.
    The crackdown has filled up detention facilities, and Myers said she's examining other ways to keep tabs on immigrants who aren't flight risks as they await their deportation proceedings.
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    The crackdown has filled up detention facilities, and Myers said she's examining other ways to keep tabs on immigrants who aren't flight risks as they await their deportation proceedings.
    Rent them out to Senators Feinstein and Craig's farmers who 'have crops rotting in the fields'. Farmers provide housing--government can provide guards. Farmers can pay the salaries to the government to cover the cost of incarceration. Believe a prisoner can earn something like $0.78 a day.
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    It seems like most of our prison population could do some chain gang agricultural work......pay back some of the taxpayer subsidy for their housing and food costs. 50 cents a day, like they used to get paid for license plates?? Or was that too little pay for such minimal work. Our courts do such strange things.

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    entrant criminals
    Clever titles these sources give illegals.
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