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The Trump Administration reaches an agreement that will force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico because the cases are being processed, says DHS Nielsen

Nick Miroff Reports dealing with immigration, drug trafficking and national security December 20, 10:51 The Department of Homeland Security announced a new policy on Thursday calling for asylum seekers entering the United Kingdom to illegally return to Mexico and wait while their claims are being processed, possibly for months or years, describing the plan as a "historic "action. Kirstjen Nielsen, Home Security Secretary, prepared to outline the plan under a supervision negotiation of members of the House Judiciary Committee, telling the legislator in prepared remarks that the administration is preparing to conclude an agreement with the Mexican New Left Government that allows the United States to send asylum seekers as crosses illegally back to Mexico. To cite emergency powers permitted by the Immigration and Nationality Act, Nielsen said that the measures were necessary to "control" an abundance of omitted asy lum states of Central Americans who have congested US immigration courts. "Once completed, individuals arriving in or entering the United States from Mexico – illegally or without proper documentation – count to Mexico for the duration of their immigration procedures," she said. "They will not be able to disappear in the United States. They must wait for approval to enter the United States. If they are granted asylum by a US judge, they will be welcomed to America. are they going to be moved to their homelands, "said Nielsen. The United States has in negotiations with Mexico for weeks to reach such an agreement, which had been called "Retain in…

The Department of Homeland Security announced a new policy on Thursday calling for asylum seekers entering the United Kingdom to illegally return to Mexico and wait while their claims are being processed, possibly for months or years, describing the plan as a “historic “action.

Kirstjen Nielsen, Home Security Secretary, prepared to outline the plan under a supervision negotiation of members of the House Judiciary Committee, telling the legislator in prepared remarks that the administration is preparing to conclude an agreement with the Mexican New Left Government that allows the United States to send asylum seekers as crosses illegally back to Mexico.

To cite emergency powers permitted by the Immigration and Nationality Act, Nielsen said that the measures were necessary to “control” an abundance of omitted asy lum states of Central Americans who have congested US immigration courts.

“Once completed, individuals arriving in or entering the United States from Mexico – illegally or without proper documentation – count to Mexico for the duration of their immigration procedures,” she said.

“They will not be able to disappear in the United States. They must wait for approval to enter the United States. If they are granted asylum by a US judge, they will be welcomed to America. are they going to be moved to their homelands, “said Nielsen.

The United States has in negotiations with Mexico for weeks to reach such an agreement, which had been called “Retain in Mexico”, believes that illegal crossings will be reduced if Central America believes that the asylum system will no longer allow them to avoid expulsion.


President Trump listens as home security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen addresses media members before Trump signs an executive order to terminate family separations at the White House border on June 20th. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP)

High Representatives of Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador have said that they would accept such measures as part of a broader development and help package aimed at creating jobs in Central America to reduce the need for to emigrate.

In a statement, the Mexican Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that it “will approve of humanitarian property and temporarily enter certain foreign nationals from the United States who have entered the country via a port or have been caught between ports for entry, interviewed by the migration authorities in the country and received a call to be displayed before an immigration judge. “

They will be allowed” to our country so they can wait here to develop their immigration process in the United States “, read the statement.

“They will be entitled to equal treatment without discrimination and with due regard to their human rights as well as the opportunity to apply for a work permit so that they can find paid jobs, enabling them to meet their basic needs” continued. 19659014] Nielsen faces the legislature on Thursday almost two weeks after the disclosure of a 7-year-old migrant girl died after her and her father illegally entered the United States and were arrested by U.S. Customs and border protection.

Officials in Homeland Security did not announce legislators about the death of the child, which occurred on 8 December. DHS officials did not say when Nielsen was informed of the incident.

This week legislators also reached a preliminary agreement to ward off a state shutdown that would not give President Trump the frontier funding he demanded.

In a twentieth Thursday morning, Trump praised border patrolmen, military personnel and others for their efforts to stop caravans in Central American immigrants from crossing the border. “The border is tight,” the president wrote.

But the latest border surveillance statistics show the opposite. Last month, arrests were grabbed along the threshold to their highest levels since Trump took office because record number of family groups entering illegally sought asylum.

Officials in Homeland Security say they face a crisis and have called on legislators to act.

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