Zero tolerance on illegal migration

Zero tolerance on illegal migration

what’s next for immigrants?

With the latest measures put across by Trump’s Administration on combating illegal immigrants, the Justice department on Friday announced of its zero intolerance on illegal immigration. “The situation at our Southwest Border is unacceptable,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement announcing the policy. “Congress has failed to pass effective legislation that serves the national interest — that closes dangerous loopholes and fully funds a wall along our southern border”

According to Trump, entry of illegal immigrants into America has increased since 2003 by 203 percent in 2017. To cumber this, the president signed a proclamation that sent 2000-4000 guards to the border to counter react to the illegal entry. The justice department has also adopted the policies to prosecute all the illegal entry into the country.

On Wednesday the president tweeted “Our Border Laws are very weak while those of Mexico & Canada are very strong, Congress must change these Obama eras, and other, laws NOW!” he criticised the existing laws that govern the illegal migration into the U.S borders laying strong emphasis on the ‘Catch and release’ law.

“We don’t have laws, we have catch-and-release,” he said Tuesday. “You catch and then you immediately release and people come back years later for a court case, except they virtually never come back.”

The call for stronger U.S borders came amidst rising tension that there were caravans of more than 1000 immigrants who were headed for the U.S border through Mexico. In protest of this, Trump threatened to end the North America Free Trade Agreement and would also cut America’s aid to Honduras if the caravan was not stopped.

In bids to protect the U.S borders against illegal entry, the pentagon has joined Trump’s urge to protect the borders with the intent of establishing a border security support cell that will be used in 24hours to protect the borders. The United States government has warned that any illegal entry into its borders would lead to a full prosecution power being applied to any one arrested.

“To the Department’s prosecutors, I urge you: promoting and enforcing the rule of law is vital to protecting a nation, its borders, and its citizens,” DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said.

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