The Department of homeland security on Tuesday outlined the administration's plans trump for aggressive enforcement of immigration laws, including a potentially massive expansion in the number of persons detained and deported.
But trump also stressed that he is not touching the Daca program - the defense of President Barack Obama for the so-called dreamers - even if the new rules get rid of protection for undocumented migrants in General.
DHS officials told reporters Tuesday that while the user will expand the ability of the Federal government to perform the functions of immigration officers, no National guard troops are deployed to round up immigrants in the United States.
A fundamental shift in US policy will likely continue to provoke fear in immigrant communities, since the government will have enormous powers to deport illegal immigrants who have lived in their communities for many years, a huge expansion of the government's use of its enforcement powers potentially to deport illegal immigrants who have lived in their communities for many years, and may have family members who are legal residents or U.S. citizens.
The guide explained how the administration plans to put in place the aims dictated by Instructions trump, including significantly increasing the resources for immigration and customs enforcement, customs and border protection, the construction of the wall along the southern border and to take a position hard-line on illegals.
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