Feds plan to deport 1 million illegal immigrants: Trump official

11 Juillet, 2019, 14:52 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
  • Ken Cuccnelli

Citizenship and Immigration Services, said ICE will carry out thousands of stings to "find, detain, and deport" immigrants who have stayed past their final removal orders.

"They're ready to just perform their mission, which is to go and find and detain and then deport the approximately one million people who have final removal orders", Cuccinelli said on "Face the Nation" Sunday.

Cuccinelli backed up Trump's deportation plan, saying the American people should not be surprised by such removal operations, and the ICE migrant roundups have simply been "held up" by Washington political games.

Last month, the president claimed that "millions" would be deported under a new wave of operations - something likely to be logistically impossible given the resources and manpower ICE has at its disposal. ICE is expected to begin working on the backlog later this week. "They've been all the way through the due process and have final removal orders", Cuccinelli said.

"I'm just pointing out that the pool of those with final removal orders is enormous", he said.

Despite Trump's demand, several top immigration officials have acknowledged that "millions" of deportations is almost logistically impossible for the agency to carry out with its current resources or manpower.

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Under Obama, ICE deported around 385,000 people annually each fiscal year from 2009-2011 and reached a high of 409,000 in fiscal year 2012.

Any large-scale deportation blitz would also likely spark a massive public outcry and affect not only undocumented immigrants with pending removal orders, but millions of mixed-status families with members who are USA citizens.

Last month 200 children were removed from the Clint Border Patrol station in El Paso Count, Texas after the office of Rep. Veronica Escobar, D-Texas, sent a letter to immigration authorities based on the report from the Human Rights Watch that children had lived in the Clint short-term facility for up to four weeks, well above the 72 hours maximum limit set by US law.

Trump on Friday hinted deportations would start "fairly soon", but the numbers the administration aimed to deport were never revealed, according to a New York Daily News report.

Neither Morgan nor Cuccinelli have offered exact timelines for the deportations and have said those targeted for detainment and deportation is being decided internally.

"ICE has been, for much of the Trump Administration, has been swamped".

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