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Number of ‘Dreamers’ Deported Soars under President Trump

Courtesy of ICE

Courtesy of ICE

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The number of “Dreamers” deported has soared in the first few months of Donald Trump’s administration.

From Jan. 20 to March 25, 43 immigrants who lost their protected status because of criminal behavior were deported, the Los Angeles Times reports. 

Under President Obama, about seven Dreamers were deported each month on average since the program was launched in September 2012.

The LA Times wrote:

President Trump has stated his administration will not target DACA, an Obama-era program that allows immigrants brought into the country illegally as children, who attend school or have graduated, to apply to the federal government for a two-year work permit and protection from deportation. An estimated 742,000 Dreamers have been given protection under the program.

At issue are those former DACA beneficiaries whose protected status was canceled either because of a criminal conviction or gang activity.

Immigrant advocates say the rise in deportations of former Dreamers is likely a result of Trump’s executive orders tightening border security and immigration enforcement.

The Obama administration prioritized deportation of immigrants who were deemed a danger to public safety, convicted of a serious crime, a threat to national security or who had recently crossed the border.

Nearly 700 Undocumented Immigrants Arrested in Recent Raids

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

President Trump’s pledge to remove 2 million to 3 million undocumented immigrants from the U.S. began last week when federal officers arrested more than 680 people living in the country illegally, Reuters reports.  

The  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids were conducted in at least a dozen states, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said.

Kelly said 75% of the immigrants arrested had criminal records.

Trump praised his administration for having “really done a great job” arresting immigrants.

“We’re actually taking people that are criminals, very, very, hardened criminals in some cases with a tremendous track record of abuse and problems,” Trump said.

Immigrants were targeted in Los Angeles, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, San Antonio and the Midwest.