US Immigration Catch 212 Dark Immigrants in California

The US federal government says the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) has captured 212 illegal immigrants in southern California in the past week.

ICE announced the arrest Friday (16/2). The illegal immigrants, who work in 122 businesses, were arrested in a five-day raid.

In a statement released Friday, ICE Deputy Director Thomas Homan said, "Due to the city's jurisdiction that provides sanctuary like Los Angeles, ICE can not catch illegal immigrants who are in prison, our officers are forced to make arrests when they are out of custody. "

Homan added," because the arrest in prison is not much, it means more arrests on the streets, and it also needs more resources. Therefore, we are forced to deploy additional officers to the districts to meet the operational and security needs of the officers. "

Homan, who is also the ICE interim director, said 88 of those arrested in the operation were criminals, who did not comply with deportation orders , or previously been expelled from the US and returned illegally. He said more than 55 percent or 107 people have been found to have committed "serious" or "violent" violations, or have been convicted of several minor crimes. [vm/ii]

US Senate Fails Agreement on Immigration Reform

The American Senate on Thursday rejected four proposals on immigration discussed this week to determine the legal status of immigrants without documents threatened by deportation after 5 March.

The Senate failed to make progress at the suggestion of both parties to give young immigrants the path of obtaining citizenship and strengthening security at the border, the blueprint of President Trump's immigration policy, the control of cities that do not cooperate with the Federal Immigration Agency.

Trump's proposal received at least 39 votes from 100 members of the Senate

"I'm disappointed we did not make it to the solution, but that does not mean our job is done" said Senator Republic faction, Cory Gardner in cuitan on Twitter.

"I am very worried about the fate of the so-called youth DREAMERS across the country are now faced with an uncertain future "said Senator Chris Coons of the Democratic Faction in Tuition in T witter. DREAMERS is a term for unmarried teenagers brought into America as a child.

There are almost 800 thousand Dreamers recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) of the Obama administration. They are allowed to study and work in America. Trump removed the program last year and determined the program would end March 5. [al]

US Senate Proposal Evaluation of Immigration Law of the Two Individuals Competing

The US Senate can vote on several proposals for immigration reforms on Thursday (15/2), while its members consider the bill proposed by the two competing parties, covering issues such as protecting undocumented young immigrants or illegal, improving border security and changing the rules for family-based immigration.

Wednesday night (14/2), a bipartisan group of 16 senators announced an agreement on a law that would offer a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants carried entered into the United States as a child (DACA).

US Senate Launches Immigration Debate

The bill will also authorize $ 25 billion for border security funding for 10 years, while also focusing immigration law enforcement efforts against recurrent or serious criminals, those who become threats to national security and those who arrive in the United States illegally after the end of June.

President Donald Trump supports comprehensive reforms that will add to restrictions on family-based immigration and prioritize newcomers with advanced work skills rather than the lottery system . [lt]

Trump Calls for Senate to Approve Immigration Bill on Republican Senator's Proposal

American President Donald Trump called on the Senate to support an immigration bill sponsored by Republican senator Charles Grassley, and said the Senate's approval would ratify the "four pillars" of Trump's immigration reform plan.

The bill would consider up to 1.8 million people who arrive in America while still a child and are still illegal, a chance to become a citizen. The bill will also allocate 25 billion dollars for border security, restrict family-based immigration and eliminate visa clearances by preferring a "proprietary" approach.

In a statement issued by the White House on Wednesday, Trump urged senators to deny an "emergency settlement 'and imposed "reasonable immigration reforms for the American people."

The Senate opened the debate on Monday and a vote on the proposal could begin on Wednesday, with Republican Senate Majority Republican Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday hinting at his intention to end the immigration debate by the end of the week and accusing the Democrats of delaying debate in the senate session.

Democratic leader Minority faction leader Charles Schumer objected when McConnell started a debate in the senate on a bill that would crack down on what the "protection cities" not cooperating with the federal government d nature identify and hand over illegal immigrants. [my/ii]

US Senate Launches Immigration Debate

The US Senate with a vote of 97 to 1 decides on Monday (9/2) evening to begin a broad debate on immigration reform, while the differences between parties arose immediately in terms of the scope and substance expected to be summarized in the final package.

A fierce debate for days is expected to happen as the deadline draws closer to hundreds of young immigrants who were illegally brought to America as children. Last year, President Donald Trump ended the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), which temporarily protects young immigrants from deportation, and gives Congress until March 5 to approve laws relating to their legal status.

Trump has proposed a path to citizenship USA for DACA recipients, a move supported by most members of Congress from both political parties. But he also insisted on building a wall along the US-Mexico border, reducing the number of legal immigrants to America, and prioritizing newcomers with higher skills.

The Republican fraction in the Senate announced a proposal, Secure and Succeed Act, White House for immigration. [as]