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ICE Announces Implementation of Expanded Expedited Removal United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") has announced a new policy, scheduled to be in effect as of September 1, 2019, to expand the use of "expedited removal" to deport noncitizens from the United States. The Trump Administration had directed Department of Homeland Security ("DHS") in 2017 to expand the use of expedited removal. This new policy announcement is implementation of those directives, and means that the use of expedited
Extranjeros en EEUU tienen derechos legales en este pais   El 25 de enero, 2017, Presidente Donald Trump hizo ordenes ejecutivas que aumentan el uso de expulsión rápida y detención de inmigrantes en EEUU. Gente en EEUU sin documentación o quienes podrían estar sospechados de no tener estatus legal en EEUU, deben saber del riesgo alto de estar parado y detenido por el Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (“ICE” por sus siglas en ingles). Esa gente debe estar
Foreign nationals in the USA have legal rights if detained by ICE   On January 25, 2017, President Donald Trump issued Executive Orders that dramatically expand the use of Expedited Removal Procedures (removal without a hearing in front of an Immigration Judge) and detention of immigrants in the USA. People in the USA without documentation, or who could be suspected of lacking documentation, should be aware of increased immigration enforcement and risk of detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). These people should
Dramatic expansion of Expedited Removal under Trump’s Executive Order on Border Security   In his Executive Order, Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements, (January 25, 2017)  President Trump directs the DHS Secretary to use the “process of expedited removal” under Section 235(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA or Act) to individuals present in the United States who cannot affirmatively show that they have been continuously physically present in the United States for two (2) years prior to the date of their

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