The European Union. New deportation guide for immigrants introduced
Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Meyercas has recognized that not all migrants in the United States have the same priority for detention and deportation.. So a new direction has been established in the deportation of migrants. There is no legal status in the United States.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, The new guide will be implemented within 60 daysie November 29, 2021. So Migrants crossing the border between Mexico and the United States They will become a priority for deportation after November 1, 2021.
Among the main changes introduced to police and agents Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE)In order to detain and deport migrants, it is necessary to set criteria for criminal conduct as the main reason for deportation.
Avoiding the main deportations of some migrants, such as the following:
- agricultural worker
- people vulnerable to deportation
- Immigrants who report unscrupulous landlords or employers
immigrants in public demonstrations
“Most undocumented that can be deported, more than 11 million people, have been contributing members of our communities over the years,” Meyerkas told reporters.
about a year after entering Democrat Joe Biden as new presidentIt is the first time that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have made announcements about efforts to improve protections for migrants.
Does Joe Biden gravitate toward redemption in favor of migrants?
In addition to significant changes in A new deportation guide for migrants. After the great discrimination faced by many undocumented immigrants during the Donald Trump administration, President Joe Biden is seeking redemption.
comes for Access the EOIR Initiative by the Department of Justice with a Down Payment To repair the damages to the immigration courts during the Trump administration.
Access is a New Children’s Initiative (CCI) in EOIR programs which Providing legal representation to minors alone, where many of them experienced trauma during their visit to the United States. Also providing security to girls in the first eight border towns.
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