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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

What Deportation Policy Change? Obama Administration Continues to Deport "Low-Priority" Immigrants

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Elise Foley of the Huffington Post reports that Shamir Ali, a 25-year-old native of Bangladesh, is currently in immigration detention facing deportation.


Presente.org advocate Felipe Matos comments on the Obama administration's alleged shift in deportation priorities:


"This is another broken promise by the Obama administration," "He promised us that he was not going to deport people that are deemed low-priority. This detention center could be full of people like Shamir."


Appeals have been made to the administration to favorably exercise discretion in Ali's case.  ICE's response was that they are "unable to exercise discretion at this time."


As I predicted, unless your case garners national media attention, if you are in the United States without authorization and you are encountered, this administration will seek to deport you.


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  1. Kendal's Avatar
    I disagree with Deporting ieaglll aliens right away, for the fact that it will cost taxpayer's money to get them deport or even to look for them would cost taxpayer's money. Pass a Bill now to legalize ieaglll immigrants by paying $10,000, our economy is in the tank and a surge of ieagllls paying to be US Citizens or to give them legal resident status (Green Card) would reduce our National Debt since we have millions of ieaglll aliens now. And as US citizens or Green Card holders, they would be required to pay the taxes they are currently not paying now anyway. At the same time, as an ieaglll becoming a US citizen or Green Card holder they should not be entitled to any welfare that most of them are getting now. And the application should be in English. Since Americans can only speak one language, why change it. Once this Bill is passed, we would give all the ieaglll immigrants 10 years to apply for this status since they would have to save money and learn English. After that, an ieaglll alien would be searched out and deported as you mentioned. I think this would help both the purpose of lessening ieaglll aliens and finding ways to fund it. It also gives them a chance that our ancestors had 100 or so years ago.
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