The White House pitched the idea to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement last November and again in February as the Trump administration struggled with a surge of migrants at the border, according to report.
The idea of pressing immigration authorities to embrace the plan - which critics called an effort to use migrants as pawns to go after political opponents - was first reported in the Washington Post.
According to the Center, these cities are able to intervene by "refusing to or prohibiting agencies from complying with ICE detainers, imposing unreasonable conditions on detainer acceptance, denying ICE access to interview incarcerated aliens, or otherwise impeding communication or information exchanges between their personnel and federal immigration officers".
"We're apprehending thousands and thousands of people a day", he said, adding that current laws only allow those caught to be held in custody for 20 days. They were, after all, the ones calling for open borders, more immigrants and sanctuary cities - supposedly the places where the illegals are the most welcome.
President Trump at the White House on April 12, 2019.
"The only way we're going to fully address the current illegal immigration crisis is by the president and leaders of both parties putting politics aside and working on a legislative solution", he said. Pelosi said on Thursday that "there's room and there's a need" for more immigrants - but apparently not on her doorstep.
Sanders said, "The president has been clear from the beginning". This is all about political partisanship.
In addition to more than 170 cities and counties listed, five states - including California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon and Vermont - are also considered sanctuary states, the Immigration Studies Center reports.Читайте также: Horizon Zero Dawn 2 leaked by actress Janina Gavankar?
Trump appears prepared to fight this to the Supreme Court.
The transportation of immigrants who are arrested at the border to large and faraway cities would be burdensome and costly at a time when Immigration and Customs Enforcement is already stretched thin, having released more than 125,000 immigrants into the country pending their immigration court date since December 21.
Flights chartered by Ice cost about $7,785 per flight hour, according to the agency, and require multiple staffers, including an in-flight medical professional.
The downside for the migrants would be a high cost of living.
Those facilities would be licensed by each state and likely take several months to be approved and opened, separating them from the rapidly expanding emergency shelter at Homestead, Florida, and the now-closed tent facility at Tornillo, Texas.
Under the Trump administration, ICE has significantly stepped up arrests, including of people who have no U.S. criminal records.
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