Immigration authorities are set to utilize new “expedited removal” powers to enhance deportation operations, in a bid to reverse the growing flow of illegal immigration from Central America.
Kevin McAleenan, the acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, confirmed the development in a statement. McAleenan determined the illegal immigration crisis “warrants this immediate implementation of DHS’s full statutory authority over expedited removal.”
ICE’s enhanced powers of deportation were previously limited to migrants caught within 100 miles of the nation’s borders. Now, any illegal who can’t prove he or she has resided in the United States for more than two years will be liable to deportation without […]
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