Immigration Memos Will Wreak Havoc on Rights

By Andrea Hernandez


The Trump administration’s new immigration enforcement

The Trump administration’s new immigration enforcement memorandums outline striking and sweeping changes to immigration policy that will have a dire impact on the rights of immigrants and their families and hurt the communities they live in, Human Rights Watch said today, releasing a “question and answer” analysis. The US Department of Homeland Security released the memorandums on February 20, 2017.
These new policies are designed to facilitate deportations of millions of people through expanded application of procedures that have been shown to harm long-term residents, their US citizen family members, and asylum seekers fleeing persecution and violence.

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