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    Trump admin considers deporting families with removal orders in order

    Trump admin considers deporting families with removal orders in order to deter migrants

    By Priscilla Alvarez, Evan Perez, Pamela Brown and Jim Acosta, CNN
    Updated 8:15 PM ET, Fri May 10, 2019


    (CNN)The Trump administration is considering deporting migrant families with court-ordered removals, a move that senior Department of Homeland Security officials have resisted in the past, multiple officials tell CNN.

    The idea, described as a way to "send a message" to smugglers, is "under serious consideration," according to a senior administration official. Another source said there are ongoing discussions within the department. A separate source tells CNN no immediate action is being taken.

    The Department of Homeland Security, suffering from a lack of resources, is unable to deport all those who are ordered to be removed from the country and has said it focuses on the people it deems the most dangerous.


    However, that could change as a massive influx of migrant families make their way into the country illegally over the southern border.


    As part of the consideration, the administration has been looking at an operation rolled out in the late years of Barack Obama's presidency -- and revived in President Donald Trump's first year in office -- that also targeted family units.

    Obama initially focused on felons.


    White House senior adviser Stephen Miller has been a proponent of the new initiative, according to three US officials.

    The senior administration official said Miller wasn't alone in pushing for it.


    Former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen had rejected the plan because the policy of the department was to prioritize criminals for deportation, said one of the officials.

    DHS, stung by the fallout over family separations, has been wary of public backlash for targeting families, according to the official.


    But Miller has been pushing anew for the family deportations under acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, the official added.


    McAleenan has also been resisting it, one of the sources said.

    Part of the concern is that it could hurt negotiations with Democrats for Immigration and Customs Enforcement funding, which has been strapped for resources, as well as the political optics, according to the source.


    The source said those resisting know that the storyline will be family separations once again. But the administration has been discussing and grappling with how to handle families who are defying court orders for removal or aren't showing up on their court dates.


    The source said the administration has been looking at Obama-era policies such as Operation Border Guardian/Border Resolve, which targeted family units for removal amid an uptick in families and unaccompanied minors attempting to cross the border. DHS revived the operation early in the Trump administration.


    There are no current plans to implement the targeting of families, the source added. The White House referred requests for comment to DHS. DHS declined to comment.


    In April, nearly 100,000 migrants, many of whom were families, were apprehended at the southern border, according to Customs and Border Protection data.


    There are ongoing discussions about the removal of families with orders at the agency level, according to a DHS official.

    The families expected to be targeted are those who recently entered the United States and were placed in an expedited family docket, the official said.

    Last year, the Executive Office for Immigration Review, which oversees the nation's immigration courts, announced that it had begun tracking family cases filed by DHS in 10 immigration court locations: Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York City and San Francisco.


    The cases are being expedited to try to process the families in under a year.


    From September 24, 2018, through April 26, 2019, more than 40,000 cases were marked as so-called "family-unit" cases, a DHS designation, according to Executive Office for Immigration Review data.

    Roughly 8,000 cases have been marked completed. Of those, 7,724 cases ended with removal orders, 6,764 of which were ordered removed because they did not attend their immigration hearings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDoe2 View Post
    Trump admin considers deporting families with removal orders in order to deter migrants

    The idea, described as a way to "send a message" to smugglers, is "
    under serious consideration," according to a senior administration official. Another source said there are ongoing discussions within the department. A separate source tells CNN no immediate action is being taken.


    Wow! we are making some serious progress here. We have moved up from "considering" to "seriously considering".

    and look at what is being "seriously considered"--- it is not the removal of all who are ordered to be removed, oh no, can't do that, got to many invaders to feed, house, and pamper. They are just trying to decide which one would be more politically advantageous to remove.



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    US mulls deporting migrant families with court-ordered removals

    IANS | Washington Last Updated at May 11, 2019 09:26 IST


    US President Donald Trump's administration is considering deporting migrant families with court-ordered removals, a move that senior Department of Homeland Security officials have resisted in the past, the media reported.

    The idea, described as a way to "send a message" to smugglers, is "under serious consideration", a senior administration official told CNN on Friday.


    However, there were no immediate reports of such action being taken.

    The Department of Homeland Security, suffering from a lack of resources, is unable to deport all those who are ordered to be removed from the country and has said it focuses on the people it deems the most dangerous.

    However, that could change as a massive influx of migrant families have made their way into the country illegally over the southern border.


    As part of the consideration, the administration has been looking at an operation rolled out in the late years of Barack Obama's presidency -- and revived in President Donald Trump's first year in office -- that also targeted family units. Obama initially focused on felons.


    An informed source told CNN that the administration has been looking at Obama-era policies such as Operation Border Guardian/Border Resolve, which targeted family units for removal amid an uptick in families and unaccompanied minors attempting to cross the border.


    There are no current plans to implement the targeting of families, the source added.


    In April, nearly 100,000 migrants, many of whom were families, were apprehended at the southern border, according to Customs and Border Protection data.

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    https://www.business-standard.com/ar...1100148_1.html

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    Process them in Stadiums and let the Coast Guard ship them back on barges!

    Send them back by the thousands and send the message do NOT come here!

    Shut that stupid Asylum program down and defund it.

    Send the U.N. to their countries to fix their problems there! Not dump their problems or people on our backs to destroy us!
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    Sure wish they would start this immediately so the Communist SCUM would hit the streets in protest nationwide. I'd LOVE to see ICE barging into schools and pulling the little illegals out of their classes where they don't belong anyway. Traitor Trump will never do this because his dirtbag daughter and NWO/666 son-in-law would never agree and they run the White House so I guess we can just forget about this ever happening.
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    When the ILLEGAL parent is busted at the workplace they need to round up their family and deport them on the spot!

    The illegal parents TAKE their minors with them, keep them together, on the same bus back home!

    Those "children" ARE citizens of the parents countries!

    No more sob stories.
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    These folks should already be a priority deportation. For goodness sake, they have been ordered deported by an immigration court ..... case closed ..... apprehend and deport! For the life of me, I can't even imagine why this is a topic of discussion!

    Hmm, and to believe there are some who still don't understand why these families keep flooding in here. There has to be consequences!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    These folks should already be a priority deportation. For goodness sake, they have been ordered deported by an immigration court ..... case closed ..... apprehend and deport! For the life of me, I can't even imagine why this is a topic of discussion!

    Hmm, and to believe there are some who still don't understand why these families keep flooding in here. There has to be consequences!
    For me it is a topic of discussion because they are NOT being deported, and we are being fed another line of BS about considering and choosing.
    It's a topic of discussion from the WH to create drama, to pretend to be doing something, while the invasion marches on.
    They think people will read the article and think, oh they are doing something and that works for many.
    The article conveniently left out the numbers, but here they are...

    There were more than one million illegal aliens with final orders of removal in the country as of June 2, 2018

    They have no intention of deporting these people, the UNIPARTY needs them for DRAMA, to pretend fight over in election campaigns.
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    ICE deported more than 256,000 people in fiscal year 2018, new ...
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/.../2...ise-still-lowe...
    Dec 14, 2018 - The U.S. deported more than 256,000 people in fiscal year 2018 — the highest ...
    ICE said that 2,711 who were traveling in families and 5,571 unaccompanied children were removed from U.S. soil...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDoe2 View Post
    ICE deported more than 256,000 people in fiscal year 2018, new ...
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/.../2...ise-still-lowe...
    Dec 14, 2018 - The U.S. deported more than 256,000 people in fiscal year 2018 — the highest ...
    ICE said that 2,711 who were traveling in families and 5,571 unaccompanied children were removed from U.S. soil...

    Rising deportations still less than under Obama | The Gazette


    https://www.thegazette.com/.../risin...r-obama-201812...
    Dec 16, 2018 - ICE said that 2,711 who were traveling in families and 5,571 unaccompanied children were removed from U.S. soil. ... In fact, U.S. deportation numbers were higher during the Obama ... there were 3,423 deportations in the last federal fiscal year — an increase of 20 percent over the 2,841 deported in 2017.
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