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    Default 'free-for-all' at u.s. Border reveals disturbing trend

    'FREE-FOR-ALL' AT U.S. BORDER REVEALS DISTURBING TREND
    Agents 'shocked' by high numbers of illegal crossers from 2 specific countries
    These illegal crossers are given a notice to show up at a later date to an immigration court hearing, but the vast majority are no-shows. They disappear into Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, L.A., or some other city.


    Most of the families and UACs are coming from Guatemala and other parts of Central America.


    But disturbing numbers of Asians, mostly from India and Pakistan, are also arriving at the border seeking asylum.
    Agents are also seeing some Brazilians crossing into California from Mexico. Brazilians have a history of coming through Texas.


    The agent thinks he knows why more are choosing California now.


    “Word is getting out that these checkpoints are understaffed and that California is a sanctuary state,” he said.


    California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Oct. 4 declaring California the nation’s first sanctuary state. The new law goes into effect Jan. 1 but word is already spreading.

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    Default Re: 'free-for-all' at u.s. Border reveals disturbing trend

    Deportations in total are down from year to year reporting. Yet arrests are up for non-criminal illegals.
    So as the above story doesn't allude, border crossings are down, not up.
    Yet overall deportations are down.

    The number of immigrants deported from the interior of the U.S. who had no criminal convictions nearly tripled during President Donald Trump’s first fiscal year as president, as he carried out his promise to ramp up enforcement on the undocumented population.
    Deportations overall were down during the 2017 fiscal year, most of which was under Trump’s presidency, from the previous year, in part because fewer people were caught illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. But the number of undocumented immigrants without criminal convictions deported from the interior of the country rose dramatically.
    ICE would like funding for more officers and more detention beds, along with other resources, to make more arrests next year. “We made some great strides this year but [ICE and Customs and Border Protection] need more to get this thing done,” he said.
    Either way you look at the illegal issue, we are going to spend tax dollars to hire more officers, add more detention beds, build a wall or raid cities around the country.

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry...b07324e8401714

 

 

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