Average of 644 Daily Deported from the U.S.
During the first months of 2016, the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have deported more than 155,000 undocumented immigrants; 41 of which did not have any criminal record.
The fears in the immigrant community have not been appeased since last 20 June, when the Supreme Court upheld the lock to the two programs of migration of President Barack Obama. The programs of the Executive action would have covered the deportation to some 4.2 million undocumented parents of citizens and legal permanent residents (DAPA), and some 800,000 dreamers who would not have qualified for the benefits of the Deferred Action of 2012 (DACA)
Representatives of the Hispanic community have requested that a solution be found to avoid the separation of immigrant families. Congress is gridlocked on the issue of immigration, entangled in the election year politics. The Latino vote is becoming ever more important and candidates offer solutions but in the meantime the lives of these immigrants who live in this country continue to hang in the balance.
According to Univision News, some 64,000 immigrants with no criminal record have been deported by ICE, so far this year an average of 644 daily, creating fears among the Hispanic community, who feel that more than being a matter of national security this responds to political pressure and interests.
If you are in fear of deportation, or have already been deported to your home country, you are entitled to request the services of an experienced immigration attorney who can help you determine if you qualify to apply for citizenship or investigate your case.
An experienced attorney authorized to practice immigration law in Dallas, throughout Texas, can assure that your case moves forward as quickly as possible and is handled correctly.