In spite of all the criticisms that came his way following the recent implementation of his stricter immigration policies, US President Donald Trump is determined to send all the remaining undocumented immigrants back to their home countries. In a recent report, President Trump announced that a new wave of arrests can be expected starting this Sunday, which is confirmed by the acting chief of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. It is likely that the illegal migrants to be captured this coming week will be subjected to imprisonment inside the infamous detention camps in some states, which are being compared to torture chambers during the World War.
Authorities Target To Send More Illegal Immigrants Back To Their Countries Of Origin
Matthew Albence, acting director of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, confirmed President’ Trump’s statement about the upcoming crackdown on illegal migrants this week. It was reported that there are still dozens of pending immigration court cases that would only be resolved once the target illegal aliens are captured. Albence said that the targets to be hunted down starting on Sunday are mostly Central Americans, and these migrants have recently crossed the US border illegally in large groups.
Albence also addressed the possible criticisms on this nationwide sweep, claiming that this is nothing new with similar cases of Central American migrants entering the country in flocks in the past few years, one back in 2016 under former President Barrack Obama, and one in 2017 under the current Trump administration.
The nationwide hunt will focus on the arrest of illegal immigrants with final deportation orders on 10 major court dockets, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, and New York. However, it is possible that the operation will not be limited to these areas as the authorities will go wherever their investigations will lead them.
President Trump has blamed the growing number of immigrants illegally entering the United States of America for the rise of criminality and public disorder. Among the criminal cases reported inside the country are cyberattacks, which can affect anyone with online activities. There are hackers who can easily use their knowledge to do whatever they want, although there are others who use their skills to help the public.