Skip to comments.Trump Administration Planning to Deport Thousands of Unaccompanied Teens From Central America
Posted on 09/22/2017 1:15:10 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
The Trump administration is drafting a new policy to quickly deport more than 150,000 child migrants from Central America who arrived alone in the U.S. illegally, creating a new class of undocumented migrants.
The Department of Justice and Homeland Security is drawing up a policy proposal in a series of memos, according to two sources with knowledge of the internal debate who spoke to the Miami Herald.
As it stands, the plan would allow for teens and children who arrived in the U.S. illegally by themselves to be put on a fast track to deportation when they turn 18. Most of these children have traveled thousands of miles alone from Central American countries, including Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, to escape violence and poverty.
The policy wouldnt allow the teens to plead their case before an immigration judge.
The new policy around unaccompanied children is part of the Attorney General's efforts to avoid creating a another protected group of illegal immigrants like those under DACA, the Herald's sources said.
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This is GREAT NEWS! Still not tired of winning!
Let’s not call it deportation
A more realistic term would be family reunification and repatriation.
I’d rather send them in front of a judge who would ban them from ever returning, but I’m okay with the efficient deportation of all of them too. What I really want is 12 million deportations of illegals and then a more accurate estimate of the number remaining, but any increase in numbers is a good start.
Our President is reuniting these children with their parents.
Don’t let people tell you this is the only country they’ve ever known. They’re from the hills of these countries and speak dialects of Mayan, not even Spanish. Their home countries were probably happy that they left. Of course we should send them back. Give them a hundred bucks and a plane ride back.
Gang members+ being shipped out. Thank you, Mr. President!
Hmmmn. Can we deport these illegal aliens from the United States to central America, instead of from Central America to the United States? 8<)
Shouldn’t that headline be:
TO Central America?.......................
JULY 2014---Plotting the overthrow of the US govt
w/ Central American federales in the White House.
President Salvador Sanchez Ceren of El Salvador, left,
President Otto Perez Molina of Guatemala, second left,
and President Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras, right.
Guatemalan President Otto Perez (under investigation for corruption)
warned that the US will be inundated w/ even more contagious illegals
if billions of US tax dollars are not handed over.
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - The United States should provide billions of dollars to help Central American nations curb the flow of illegal migrants, Guatemalan President Otto Perez said, and his government warns the problem will get worse if Washington fails to help.
Fleeing violence, trying to reach relatives already in the United States or seeking jobs, record numbers of child migrants from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador have been stopped at the southern U.S. border this year, causing widespread alarm. Last month, the three countries pitched Washington an ambitious development plan to confront the issue.
They want to pump about $10 billion into the region to create jobs and lift living standards, with the bulk of funding coming from the United States, Perez told Reuters. He hopes the plan could come up with about $2 billion a year from 2015 to 2019, a sum he equated to roughly 10 percent of annual U.S. spending on border security and immigration enforcement.
"Now we understand it's not simply a question of the United States saying: 'Right, here's $2 billion a year for five years' for example - the governments of the three countries have to play their part too," the conservative Perez, who took power in early 2012, said in an interview late on Monday.
The US aid package would boost infrastructure and provide more jobs in all three countries, especially in areas that send large numbers of migrants to the United States, he added.
The three Central American governments are urging the United States to shoulder the lion's share of the costs, arguing that U.S. demand for illegal narcotics has fueled violence among drug gangs across much of the impoverished region.
"The United States has to support this, it has no other option," Guatemala's foreign minister, Carlos Morales, told Reuters. "If they don't support it, the crisis will kick off again, you can count on it."
Perez said he hoped the United States would put up about 60 percent of funding. "But we'll have to discuss it calmly and see what each individual country can do, and what can be achieved by common consent."
During meetings in New York in September, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told Central American officials he hoped Congress could approve about $300 million in funding, Morales said, noting the sum was "nothing" given the scale of the problem.
Central American leaders are due to meet Vice President Joe Biden on Nov. 12 in Washington to sound out U.S. support for their plan, Morales added.--SNIP--
UPDATE: Ironically, $266 million of our tax dollars in Obama's spending goes to Central America federales to help them (GAG) assist "child victims of violence."
(Reporting by Dave Graham; Editing by Kieran Murray)
1000s? Make it hundreds of thousands and send along anyone who abetted it.
This could, quite possibly, be the best news I’ve heard all week.
Good ! not one of those border jumper Obama enticed kids should be allowed to remain here . Not one .
Restore the rule of law.
Remove illegal aliens.
Secure the border.
Don’t ever allow another usurpation by a child of a foreign national.
Trump administration deported thousands of unaccompanied teens from Central America.
rather than what he is planning to do. The lib-fag judges don't need a head start.
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