nearvideo-Bernie Sanders: We need a sensible immigration reform, we need not to demonise immigrants
To send as a President Donald Trump’s proposal, illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities sen increasingly faces backlash from Democrats, Bernie Sanders admits that there is a “serious problem” at the border.
“The problem now is that we now see desperate people trying to escape violence and poverty in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. To call with small children walk 1000 miles,” the 2020 presidential candidate said on Fox News’ town hall Monday night to, you are not “trying to sneak”, but just trying to find asylum in the United States
A “crowded” immigration system, Sanders said, we are sensible immigration reform would have to “.” According to the Vermont senator, to help the recruitment of hundreds of judges to cope with these problems.
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“You have a lot of judges a lot more, in order to speed up the process,” said Sanders, adding that he would not be in tweak, asylum laws, although he has to work.
“We don’t need to demonize immigrants,” Sanders added, as the audience clapped and support.
An influx of asylum-applications from immigrants facing deportation, overwhelmed the courts in the United States in the last few months and the denial of the requests are from the small holding illegal immigrants, according to Federal statistics.
Migrants are entitled to under U.S. and international law to claim asylum. But there is already a bottleneck, the would-be wait for the asylum seekers at some US border crossings to their demands, wait a little, for as long as five weeks. For others, the process could take even years.
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“The reality is that most of the people in the caravan are not found qualified for asylum, and many of them know it. Others are encouraged, but most likely, their claims do not pass muster, especially under the new leadership of Jeff Sessions, said to return to a stricter observance of the statutory provisions, to Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, a Washington, DC – based research institution, and previously by Fox News.
As U.S. officials were working on the support of migrants, Sanders, to stay the right equipment at the border for you for the time.
“What we need is comprehensive immigration reform,” said Sanders.
“We need to have a legal status to those people … We need the correct legal procedures at the border so that these problems can be slammed in order to determine whether or not you should people claim to asylum,” he continued, adding that we need border protection.
But Sanders said he believes that it is more “cost-effective” ways to do this, has proposed to build a wall, as a Trump.