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May 2015 Archives

Inmigración de E.E.U.U. Anuncia Series de Acción Relacionada para Centros de Detención de Familia

El Secretario Jeh Johnson del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional ha hecho claro que nuestras fronteras no están abiertas a migración ilegal, y que los individuales detenidos cruzando la frontera ilegalmente son una prioridad para el Departamento. Sin embargo, por el anuncio de la administración de Obama el miércoles, las autoridades de inmigración ya no citara disuasión como un factor en la decisión de detener familias migrantes capturadas cruzando la frontera de los Estado Unidos ilegalmente. Por otra parte, autoridades de inmigración buscara a mejorar las condiciones de vida y acceso a un abogado en sus tres centros de detención de familias localizados en Texas y Pennsylvania. Por último, ICE empezara a revisar los casos de familias detenidas por más de 90 días para determinar si ellos deben de permanecer en custodia.

U.S. Immigration Announces Series of Action Related for Family Detention Centers

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has made it clear that our borders are not open to illegal immigration, and that individuals apprehended crossing the border illegally are a Department priority. However, per the Obama administration announcement on Wednesday, immigration authorities will no longer cite deterrence as a factor in deciding whether to detain immigrant families caught illegally crossing the U.S. border. Moreover, immigration authorities will seek to improve the living conditions and access to attorney in its three family detention centers located in Texas and Pennsylvania. Lastly, ICE would start reviewing the cases of families detained beyond 90 days to determine whether they should remain in custody.

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