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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    Catch and Release is court-ordered.
    I disagree. Catch and Release is a wrongful interpretation of America's existing laws and a way for the Executive Branch to allow the invasion to proceed unhindered.

    What is your source for this claim that catch and release is court ordered Judy?
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    We had massive Natural Disasters the last 3 years.

    Puerto Rico, hurricanes, floods, fires, tornadoes, volcanos, mud slides.

    Thousands of displaced American's all over the Nation!

    PUT A PAUSE ON ALL ASYLUM, REFUGEES, TPS AND ILLEGAL ALIENS!

    WE NEED TO HELP OUR OWN. THEY LOST THEIR HOMES, JOBS, CARS, PETS, LOVED ONES...EVERYTHING!

    GIVE US A DAMN BREAK ALREADY!

    DO A EXECUTIVE ORDER AND STOP THIS NOW. WE CANNOT TAKE IN MORE PEOPLE AND PAY FOR THEM!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC View Post
    I disagree. Catch and Release is a wrongful interpretation of America's existing laws and a way for the Executive Branch to allow the invasion to proceed unhindered.

    What is your source for this claim that catch and release is court ordered Judy?

    (This references the court ordered Catch and Release. I believe if they would process them more quickly,within the 20 days, they could be removed)

    Ending Court-Ordered Catch and Release

    Ending Court-Ordered Catch and Release

    November 8, 2018



    IRLI Staff


    WASHINGTON—The Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) has filed a public comment analyzing high-profile emergency reforms proposed by the Departments of Homeland Security (DHS) and Health and Human Services (HHS). The reforms will curtail the disastrous practice of catching and then releasing the throngs of illegal aliens under 18 who have been flooding across the U.S.-Mexico border. The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking laying out these reforms has gotten a staggering number of comments. But out of more than 63,000 submissions, IRLI’s appears to be the only full legal analysis in support of the administration.


    Since 2014, the illegal entry of hundreds of thousands of alien minors, primarily from the Central American “Northern Triangle” nations of Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras, has overwhelmed ports of entry and border patrol resources. These illegal aliens are arriving both in family units and as “unaccompanied alien minors,” or UACs.

    http://www.irli.org/single-post/2018...ch-and-Release
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    What You Need to Know About Catch and Release



    WHAT: Our immigration system continues to encourage and allow an influx of aliens to illegally cross our borders and resettle in American communities.



    Porous borders, legal loopholes, and insufficient immigration enforcement resources allow aliens to illegally cross our borders and often prevent their removal once here. Waves of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) and Family Units have been exploiting these weaknesses in our immigration system for years in order to enter and remain in the country.


    Since fiscal year (FY) 2016, more than 107,000 UACs have been released into the interior of the United States. 2,895 UACs were released into the U.S. in February 2018 alone, bringing the total for FY 2018 thus far to 13,186. Once released, most UACs remain here by failing to either show up for court hearings or comply with removal orders. As a result, only 3.5 percent of UACs who are apprehended are eventually removed from the U.S. The surge of UACs entering and remaining in the U.S. is in addition to the more than 167,000 Family Units which were apprehended between FY 2016 and February 2018. Nearly all apprehended family units are also released into the U.S. due to judicially-imposed constraints on U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s authority to detain them.



    This flow of illegal aliens into American communities stands to only grow as a caravan of hundreds of Central Americans currently traveling through Mexico heads toward the U.S. border.



    WHY: Catch and release loopholes encourage more and more illegal immigration into the U.S.



    Catch and release loopholes, which are the result of statutory and judicial obstacles, encourage illegal immigration into the U.S. and prevent the removal of aliens once they are here. Currently, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) can only detain UACs for a few days before releasing them to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for resettlement into the United States. Immigration enforcement efforts are further hamstrung by the fact that current federal law exempts UACs from non-contiguous countries, such as El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, from being promptly returned to their home countries. This results in nationals from these and other countries entering and never leaving.


    Foreign nationals see how easy it is to enter the United States, and how hard it is for federal immigration authorities to remove aliens who enter illegally, and are accordingly drawn to the United States. In the absence of lasting solutions to the problems that riddle our immigration system, we can only expect the flow of illegal immigration into our country to continue.


    https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings...catch-release/



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    ‘Flores’ Judge Demands ‘Catch and Release’ For Migrants Who Bring Children

    July 9, 2018

    Neil Munro




    Judge Dolly Gee rejected Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ request for a revision of the 1997 Flores court settlement and has directed officials to restart catch and release policies for any migrant who crosses the border with a child.



    The directive effectively gives pro-migration Democrats more power to block border reforms, even though they have made clear they oppose any reforms of the court-ordered loophole which has encouraged and allowed hundreds of thousands of Central American migrants to seek jobs in the United States.



    “Defendants seek to light a match to the Flores Agreement and ask this Court to upend the parties’ agreement by judicial fiat,” declared Judge Dolly Gee, who was nominated by President Barack Obama. “It is apparent that Defendants’ Application is a cynical attempt … to shift responsibility to the Judiciary for over 20 years of Congressional inaction and ill-considered Executive action that have led to the current stalemate.”




    The 1997 settlement — including its 2015 update during Obama’s tenure — creates a loophole because it forces officials to release migrants who bring children with them after just 20 days of detention. That deadline leaves insufficient time to process migrants’ demands for asylum, so forcing officials to release them and their children into the United States. Many of the migrants never even pursue their legal claim to asylum and just disappear into the population of illegal immigrants.


    In June, Trump ended his policy of detaining migrant parents and housing their children in separate facilities, amid a media uproar. The new decision pressures him to either release the parents and children together, or return to the detention-and-housing policy battle, or forge a new path.


    The “best interests [of migrants’ children] should be paramount,” the judge declared, as she released her decision while the media covered President Donald Trump’s choice for the next Supreme Court judge.




    The judge argued that her Flores loophole is not responsible for the Central American migration, which is having a huge negative impact on the stability of Central American countries.


    “In the absence of a showing of changed circumstances that the parties could not have foreseen at the time of their [2015] Agreement, it is unnecessary to replow the same familiar territory,” the judge wrote, even though many migrants say they bring their children to get past the border guards. Gee dismissed the cause-and-effect connection, saying:

    At bottom, Defendants’ arguments rest in part on the premise that the July 24, 2015 Order resulted in a “3 to 5-fold increase in the number of illegal family border crossings” because it led arriving families to believe that Defendants would rather release them than separate the children from their families … Any number of other factors could have caused the increase in illegal border crossings, including civil strife, economic degradation, and fear of death in the migrants’ home countries.

    For example, the New York Times reported June 22:

    “This is the reason I brought a minor with me,” said Guillermo T., 57, a construction worker who recently arrived in Arizona. Facing unemployment at home in Guatemala, he decided to head north; he had been told that bringing his 16-year-old daughter would assure passage. He asked that only his first named be used to avoid consequences with his immigration case.
    “She was my passport,” he said of his daughter.

    The judge directed AG Sessions to restart the policy of catch and release:

    Absolutely nothing prevents Defendants from reconsidering their current blanket policy of family detention and reinstating prosecutorial discretion.

    It is apparent that Defendants’ Application is a cynical attempt, on an ex parte basis, to shift responsibility to the Judiciary for over 20 years of Congressional inaction and ill-considered Executive action that have led to the current stalemate. The parties voluntarily agreed to the terms of the Flores Agreement more than two decades ago. The Court did not force the parties into the agreement nor did it draft the contractual language. Its role is merely to interpret and enforce the clear and unambiguous language to which the parties agreed, applying well established principles of law. Regardless, what is certain is that the children who are the beneficiaries of the Flores Agreement’s protections and who are now in Defendants’ custody are blameless. They are subject to the decisions made by adults over whom they have no control. In implementing the Agreement, their best interests should be paramount.


    Sessions can appeal the decision to very liberal Ninth Circuit of Appeals, and then to the Supreme Court.

    Critics say he can also post a formal public regulation, complete with public comments, to bypass the Flores decision.


    https://www.breitbart.com/midterm-el...ring-children/


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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC View Post
    I disagree. Catch and Release is a wrongful interpretation of America's existing laws and a way for the Executive Branch to allow the invasion to proceed unhindered.

    What is your source for this claim that catch and release is court ordered Judy?
    One of them is called the Flores Settlement Agreement dealing with children and families.

    There's another one in the case Jennings vs. Rodriquez pertaining to bond hearings for illegal aliens.

    There's another one that deals with prison over-crowing, Brown vs. Plata, that applies to any incarcerated person including illegal aliens.

    There's also the US Constitution that guarantees any person a speedy "trial" which includes deportation hearings.
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