Trump’s Deportation Rules Gets Harder on Immigrants
Feb 23, 2017 03:57 AM EST
Despite the ban on immigrants in America president Donald Trump's deportation rules gets harder. The nation's immigrant laws have been enforced more aggressively; Trump has directed his administration and has given full force to the federal government to deport those who are in the country illegally.
The federal government has been unleashed to find and arrest anyone regardless if they have committed serious crimes or not. Reports state that the president's broad scope is to strip immigrants of privacy protections, publicize crimes by undocumented immigrants and many more regarding the issue, Boston Globe reported.
The Department of Homeland Security released documents revealing his ambitions, the local police officers will be enlisted as enforcers, and asylum seekers will be discouraged and ultimately deportations will be increased with a fast pace.
These new immigration policies are likely to be welcomed by some law enforcement officials around the country. Republicans have also argued that negligent enforcement encourages a never ending flow of unauthorized immigrants.
According to the New York Times, former presidents like Barrack Obama and George W. Bush strived to maintain a balance by protecting the nation's borders with fiscal and humanitarian limits on the exercise of laws passed by Congress.
At this moment young children who were brought to the United States will not be targeted unless they commit crimes. Trump will need billions of dollars to pay for thousands of new border control agents. A huge network is required to set up these deeds and these changes have made it harder on immigrants in the country.
Millions of immigrants face a far greater chance of being discovered arrested and eventually they will be deported. It turns out that the immigration law is back in business, lawyers of immigrants still believe that the new policies can be challenged in court. But as of now Trump's deportations rules has taken a bigger step.