Government Trump comes with stricter guidelines for deportation of illegal immigrants
White House releases new guidelines for illegal immigrants to deport easier and faster.
Immigrants who are arrested for traffic violations, shoplifting or heavier crimes eligible for the new guidelines, writes BBC News.
Old guidelines of the Obama administration are not modified, but they are more strictly applied. Estimated that there are approximately eleven million illegal immigrants in the United States.
The Department of Homeland Security wants to take ten thousand men to carry out the plan. Customs expects to need five thousand more border patrol guards.
With the introduction of the new guidelines, persons held to demonstrate that they have lived in the United States two years. Officials can accelerate their deportation without judicial intervention if there is no evidence for the stay.
Also, illegal immigrants will be held at the border not be released pending trial. They are now being held in detention centers.
Authorities are also recommended to prosecute parents who smuggle the children into their country.
Another important point is that the new lines make it possible to start planning of the extension of the wall between the United States and Mexico.