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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    I'll believe it when I see it and not a minute earlier. Trump has made lots of promises and threats with little to show for it.
    Trump's plan to deport 'millions' likely not feasible
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    Donald Trump Announces ICE to Begin Deportation Process for Millions



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    President Donald Trump revealed late Tuesday U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will initiate removal proceedings for millions of foreign nationals deemed illegally present in the United States.

    “Next week ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States,” the president announced late Tuesday. “They will be removed as fast as they come in.”

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    “Mexico, using their strong immigration laws, is doing a very good job of stopping people long before they get to our Southern Border,” Trump continued. “Guatemala is getting ready to sign a Safe-Third Agreement. The only ones who won’t do anything are the Democrats in Congress. They must vote to get rid of the loopholes, and fix asylum! If so, Border Crisis will end quickly!”
    The announcement came hours after U.S. State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus announced the U.S. would be cutting aid to the three central American countries massively contributing to the influx of migrants crossing the U.S. southern border. The cuts have been eased since they were first announced.
    Instead of cutting more than $615 million in aid to Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, the U.S. will cut just $432 million in previously approved projects and grants.
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    Trump: ICE will begin removing millions of illegal aliens next week, and countries forfeit financial aid


    June 18, 2019 |Frieda Powers|
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    President Trump and his administration just made some bold moves forward in combating the immigration crisis facing the nation.
    On Monday, the president announced impending actions by Immigration and Customs Enforcement just after his State Department revealed that the pipeline of new financial aid to Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala will be cut off until there is some progress made on dealing with illegal immigrants.

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    State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus announced Monday that Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala had not taken enough action to curb illegal immigrants coming to the United States and the administration would therefore be cutting off new funding until there was some “concrete actions” taken.

    “We will not provide new funds for programs in those countries until we are satisfied that the Northern Triangle governments are taking concrete actions to reduce the number of migrants coming to the U.S. border,” she said. “This is consistent with the president’s direction and with the recognition that it is critical that there be sufficient political will in these countries to address the problem at its source.”
    Trump initially ordered more than $615 million in assistance to be cut completely in March but Ortagus explained that a review of that decision led to some easing of the restriction. While new funding to those countries will not be allowed until they take the necessary steps to combat the illegal immigration problem, $432 million in projects and grants that were previously approved have been green-lighted.
    The remaining amount, according to the State Department, will be held in escrow as the administration holds discussions with Congress.
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    That $432 million, which comes from the 2017 budget, is being spent on health, education and poverty alleviation programs as well as anti-crime efforts that many believe help reduce migrant outflows from the impoverished Northern Triangle region. About $370 million in money from the 2018 budget will not be spent and instead will be moved to other projects, the State Department said.
    “Previously awarded grants and contracts will continue with current funding,” Ortagus said, adding that assistance “to help the Northern Triangle governments take actions that will protect the U.S. border and counter transnational organized crime will also continue.”
    The announcement comes on the heels of a U.S. Customs and Border Protection report last week indicating that May apprehensions topped 144,000. A 99 percent increase from this time last year is evident in the 676,315 apprehensions so far, according to the Washington Examiner.

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    Monday’s announced financial aid update on Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala was followed later in the evening with a pair of tweets from Trump revealing that next week, ICE will begin to remove migrants who have entered the U.S. illegally.

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    ....long before they get to our Southern Border. Guatemala is getting ready to sign a Safe-Third Agreement. The only ones who won’t do anything are the Democrats in Congress. They must vote to get rid of the loopholes, and fix asylum! If so, Border Crisis will end quickly!

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    Although he didn’t offer any details, Trump’s bold move comes after the deal he reached with Mexico earlier this month which includes, among other things, a plan to return asylum-seeking migrants to Mexico.The president also noted in his tweet that Guatemala was “getting ready” to sign a safe third country agreement with the U.S., allowing both countries to be seen as “safe” for asylum seekers and thereby curbing the flow of migrants applying for refugee status in the U.S. after traveling through another country. The U.S. currently has a safe third country agreement with Canada.

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    This fake deportation of millions of illegal aliens is a distraction to cover the amnesty that Kushner and Trump are going to push thru.
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    I read ICE is rounding up around 7000 a month mostly criminal aliens with deportation orders. It's possible that they may be able to double this # if they concentrate on certain states where they will receive state and local cooperation and thus don't need addition funds which they can never get out of the current Congress? That would probably be enough to spark some type of reaction by the left and if that happens, I'll be satisfied. ICE hasn't been going after many of categories of illegals with deportation orders because of poilitical and social concerns. They claim they're dropping those criteria and going after anybody they can get there hands on. If they do this, they should be able to double that 7000 a month relatively fast and if the left wants to BLOCK ICE FACILITES, BLOCK EXPRESSWAYS in major cities and all the rest of the violent things they're known for, let them do it. THE SHEEP DESERVE THIS BAD!!!!! Let the idiots experience a little inconvenience and pain and suffering for a change. Force the IDIOTS OUT OF THEIR BUBBLES.
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    Administrative Arrests of Immigration Violators by Criminality

    ICE remains committed to directing its enforcement resources to those aliens posing the greatest risk to the safety and security of the United States.

    By far, the largest percentage of aliens arrested by ICE are convicted criminals (66 percent), followed by immigration violators with pending criminal charges at the time of their arrest (21 percent).

    In FY2018, ERO arrested 138,117 aliens with criminal histories
    (convicted criminal and pending criminal charges) for an increase of 10,125 aliens over FY2017.

    This continued the growth seen in FY2017 when ERO arrested 26,974 more aliens with criminal histories than in FY2016 for a 27 percent gain.

    While the arrests of convicted criminals remained relatively level from FY 2017 to FY2018 at 105,736 and 105,140 respectively, administrative arrests with pending criminal charges increased by 48 percent.

    This continues the upward trend seen in FY2017, where arrests with pending charges increased by 255 percent over FY2016.

    Figure 2 provides a breakdown of FY2016, FY2017, and FY2018 administrative arrests by criminality.

    1 ERO administrative arrests include all ERO programs. All statistics are attributed to the current program of the processing officer of an enforcement action.

    2 Immigration violators with a criminal conviction entered into ICE systems of record at the time of the enforcement action.

    3 Immigration violators with pending criminal charges entered into ICE system of record at the time of the enforcement action. . .

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    We are footing the bill to ship them OUT and paying to ship them IN!

    Keep them all the hell out and stop funding these illegal aliens pouring over our border!

    Send them back!

    Get the 25 MILLION out and stop allowing more in.

    They will NEVER put a dent in this invasion.

    Plug the hole...bus them back immediately!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyklo View Post
    I read ICE is rounding up around 7000 a month mostly criminal aliens with deportation orders. It's possible that they may be able to double this # if they concentrate on certain states where they will receive state and local cooperation and thus don't need addition funds which they can never get out of the current Congress? That would probably be enough to spark some type of reaction by the left and if that happens, I'll be satisfied. ICE hasn't been going after many of categories of illegals with deportation orders because of poilitical and social concerns. They claim they're dropping those criteria and going after anybody they can get there hands on. If they do this, they should be able to double that 7000 a month relatively fast and if the left wants to BLOCK ICE FACILITES, BLOCK EXPRESSWAYS in major cities and all the rest of the violent things they're known for, let them do it. THE SHEEP DESERVE THIS BAD!!!!! Let the idiots experience a little inconvenience and pain and suffering for a change. Force the IDIOTS OUT OF THEIR BUBBLES.
    That is still only 168,000 a year. Estimates place the illegal number in our country anywhere from 12 million to 25 million. Of course I believe the number is much closer to the later.

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    That is still only 168,000 a year. Estimates place the illegal number in our country anywhere from 12 million to 25 million. Of course I believe the number is much closer to the later.
    THE FACT IS, Trump doesn't have the resources to deport huge #'s fast. That's such an obvious no-brainer that it's not even worth repeating that fact on here. I'm just hoping he will round up and deport enough of them to MIX THINGS UP on the streets. If that happens, I'll be happy and I'm living in 1 of the GROUND ZERO's. Let the Communist revolution we're currently in bubble up to the surface so it can be confronted and we'll maybe get the Insurrection Act then. The thing is, most of these idiots running around with their sports apparel on and who run to their Churches every Sunday and feel that everything is "JUST OK" really aren't capable of anything more than that and will probably just put their hands up and demand official surrender, because they've already surrendered long ago, BUT I still want to see something happen over this invasion issue. Plus it's summer. We'll see if Trump comes through "JUST A LITTLE BIT" in a week or 2.



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    President Trump has directed U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to conduct a mass roundup of migrant families that have received deportation orders, an operation that is likely to begin with predawn raids in major U.S. cities on Sunday, according to three U.S. officials with knowledge of the plans.
    The “family op,” as it is referred to at ICE and the Department of Homeland Security, is slated to target up to 2,000 families facing deportation orders in as many as 10 U.S. cities, including Houston, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and other major immigration destinations, said the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the law enforcement operation.
    Acting DHS secretary Kevin McAleenan has been urging ICE to conduct a narrower, more targeted operation that would seek to detain a group of about 150 families that were provided with attorneys but dropped out of the legal process and absconded.



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    ICE raids targeting migrant families slated to start Sunday in major U.S. cities


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    Trump makes immigration his top priority for his 2020 bid vowing mass deportations

    President Trump has directed U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to conduct a mass roundup of migrant families that have received deportation orders, an operation that is likely to begin with predawn raids in major U.S. cities on Sunday, according to three U.S. officials with knowledge of the plans.

    The “family op,” as it is referred to at ICE and the Department of Homeland Security, is slated to target up to 2,000 families facing deportation orders in as many as 10 U.S. cities, including Houston, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and other major immigration destinations, said the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the law enforcement operation.
    Acting DHS secretary Kevin McAleenan has been urging ICE to conduct a narrower, more targeted operation that would seek to detain a group of about 150 families that were provided with attorneys but dropped out of the legal process and absconded.

    McAleenan has warned that an indiscriminate operation to arrest migrants in their homes and at work sites risks separating children from their parents in cases where the children are at day care, summer camp or friend’s houses. He also has maintained that ICE should not devote major resources to carrying out a mass interior sweep while telling lawmakers it needs emergency funding to address the crisis at the U.S. border.


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    What to watch next On Mexico’s southern border, a crackdown on migrants begins


    Trump has been determined to go forward with the family operation after tweeting Monday that the immigration raids were coming “next week” as a first step toward his pledge for “millions” of deportations. The White House has been in direct communication with acting ICE director Mark Morgan and other ICE officials, circumventing McAleenan, three officials said.

    ICE spokesperson Carol Danko declined to discuss the operation, saying only that “as a law enforcement agency, ICE’s mission is to uphold the rule of law; operations targeting violators of immigration laws are not only standard practice, but within the statutory authority prescribed by Congress.”
    DHS and White House officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
    ICE has been preparing agents and equipment for the operation, which is expected to unfold across several days starting Sunday morning, the officials said. Discussions about the scope of the operation continued Friday at ICE, DHS and the White House, two officials said.
    The agency is planning to use hotel rooms as temporary staging areas to detain parents and children until all the members of a family are together and ready for deportation. Officials also acknowledge that they might arrest individuals they cannot immediately deport — known as “collateral arrests” — and likely will release those people with ankle monitoring devices.
    Morgan, deputy ICE director Matt Albence and others are eager to begin the operation despite the risk of a public backlash against an agency after calls to “Abolish ICE” intensified in the wake of the administration’s failed “Zero Tolerance” crackdown last year that separated more than 2,700 children from their parents.

    © John Moore/Getty Images U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arrest an undocumented immigrant during a raid in New York in April 2018.

    ICE agents have limited intelligence on the locations of the families with court-ordered deportations beyond their last known addresses. But White House and ICE officials believe agents will be able to make many “collateral arrests” by finding foreigners living in the country illegally at or near the target locations.
    Large-scale immigration enforcement operations are typically kept secret to avoid tipping off targets, but Trump’s tweet Monday blew the cover off the roundup in advance. That the operation was revealed publicly stunned law enforcement officials, and they believe it gave them more latitude to discuss the raids.
    Some within DHS and ICE say the president appears to be using the operation for political purposes as he begins his reelection bid. Law enforcement officials worry that by publicly discussing the plan, Trump has undermined the chances of capturing those on the target list, as it likely pushed migrants with deportation orders underground.
    But others say the president’s advance warning was welcome because of the public distrust generated by “Zero Tolerance.”
    “‘Zero Tolerance’ was not telegraphed and didn’t come out very well, so now the idea is to make sure everyone knows what’s coming,” said one senior administration official. “The thinking is ‘Let’s do this a different way, by explaining that these are people with final removal orders who have refused to go.’”
    Morgan and others at ICE insist the operation is crucial to uphold the integrity of the U.S. immigration system. There are nearly one million immigrants living in the United States who have been issued deportation orders, they say, and ICE is averaging about 7,000 deportations from the U.S. interior each month.
    According to DHS statistics, fewer than two percent of the families who arrived from Central America in 2017 have been deported.
    “In February, we sent letters to these individuals telling them they had an order of removal,” Morgan told reporters this week. “We’re at the point right now where we have no other choice but to use our interior enforcement statutory authority to identify where these individuals are and remove them.”
    Families cannot be exempted, he said: “The law must be applied fairly and equally. We’re going to do that with compassion and dignity, but we’re going to enforce the law.”
    The expedited family court docket, or “rocket docket,” was developed by Trump officials late last year in an effort to deport more migrant families with the belief that a highly visible roundup operation could have a deterrent effect on others in Central America considering the journey.
    The Department of Justice fast-tracked the cases of thousands of families in major cities, obtaining “in absentia” deportation orders for thousands of families that did not show up for their court hearings.
    The plan to carry out those deportations has been stalled, however, over concern that it will enrage Democrats and sink whatever chances remain for achieving a bipartisan deal to close the gap in the dysfunctional U.S. asylum system.
    Trump ousted former ICE acting director Ronald Vitiello and then-DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in April when they challenged the “family op” plan, urging more deliberation.
    Nielsen was replaced by McAleenan, who has made significant inroads with leading Democrats, including Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) toward the request for $4.6 billion in supplemental aid to address the humanitarian crisis at the border. Most of that funding would pay to care for unaccompanied children who arrive at the U.S. border without a parent.
    Democratic senators indicated a willingness to work with Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) on proposals to fix the asylum process. On Wednesday, the Senate Appropriations Committee voted 30 to 1 to approve the supplemental funding in a rare example of bipartisan cooperation on immigration. The White House has been warned that a large-scale “family op” along the lines the president wants could scuttle the deal.
    McAleenan has argued that the crisis at the border — where 144,000 were taken into custody last month — remains the most urgent problem for DHS. Following Trump’s threats to slap tariffs on Mexico, he led negotiations with Mexican officials that resulted in commitments to dramatically toughen enforcement and begin work on a regional asylum overhaul that would allow the United States to send asylum seekers back to Central America.
    Officials say McAleenan does not oppose ICE interior enforcement against families with deportation orders, but he wants a more phased, limited approach that averts a repeat of “Zero Tolerance.”
    Morgan this week urged families with deportation orders to turn themselves in to ICE, and said that operations targeting those who defy court orders would reinforce the administration’s broader deterrent efforts.
    “The message has gotten out that if you bring a kid, nothing will ever happen to you,” Morgan said. “We need to make sure we’re sending the message that will not be tolerated any more.”
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