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Buttigieg presents immigration plan, which he says will reduce deportations, economic growth

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Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Sunday unveiled an immigration plan, he says, is to reprioritize the nation’s deportation efforts, with the aim of tough action against criminals and to protect otherwise law-abiding illegal immigrants.

“Our immigration enforcement system doesn’t work,” Buttigieg wrote. “Current enforcement procedure relates not only to terrorize communities, but also all of us less safe by pulling resources from real public safety. The result is harmful for the communities and corroded, what is the mission and the focus of the police.”

Buttigieg plans to an executive order to prioritize enforcement on undocumented immigrants, which is a “real public safety threat.” A Buttigieg administration, deportations would operate for those who just entered the country and have no claim to asylum.

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South Bend, Ind., The mayor wrote that this “targeted and effective” approach “to assure the law-abiding people, not a public danger, that you have nothing to fear from our government.”

Immigration enforcement was a focal point of a Donald Trump presidency, and his administration, the order of mass deportation raids across the country early this year.

In the same week he launched his 2020 re-election campaign in June, Trump announced a weekend Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids Via Twitter that the Agency “will start the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens, illegally in the United States.”

Trump has deported 282,242 people in the year 2019, according to the Department of Homeland Security. The deportations, however, were higher under his predecessor, Barack Obama, who was labeled the “deporter-in-chief” by critics. According to DHS data, Obama is more than 2 million illegal immigrants during his term of office removed.

Buttigieg also proposed that the update of the list of offences that can be asked-the deportation, called for the current list of “extensive, outdated, overly harsh, and not with the criminal justice reforms.” Under his presidency, drugs offences and offences would not lead to expulsion. He plans to apply this rule to free, retrospectively, the fear of deportation from those who have committed low-level offences.

Buttigieg vowed to end the 287 (g) agreement, which allows local and state police departments to the fulfilment of the tasks of the Federal officials of the immigration authority. The move would help”, the trust between police and their communities,” he wrote.

He also plans to “reactivate and strengthen the sites of the prohibitions against immigration enforcement in the vicinity of sensitive locations such as schools, health facilities, worship and the courts.”

The protection of the border

For the protection of the nation’s southern border and the number of illegal crossings, Buttigieg reduce said he would. investment in “smart border technology”, which is estimated to cost between $1 billion and $ 2 billion He slammed Trump border wall proposed as “astronomically expensive and ineffective.”

Buttigieg also wants the immigration court, regardless, stripping control from the attorney general, which he said has led to “a greater politicization, to the detriment of the immigrants’ rights and lives.”

“This system guarantees the immigration judge makes the complete procedure and ensure that all immigrants receive due process and a timely solution, the wrote in their cases,” Buttigieg.

“This system guarantees the immigration judge makes the complete procedure and ensure that all immigrants receive due process and timely resolution of their cases.”

— Pete Buttigieg

A campaign spokeswoman told Fox News that Buttigieg understands that “immigration is only a border Problem, and added that immigrants “the strength of our economy and contribute to the success of cities across our country in cities such as South Bend.”

Buttigieg plans to unlock the economic potential of migrants. He vowed to change “the modernisation of our employment-based visa system” by reviewing every two years, the number of visas allotted to immigrants, when the economy requires more workers.

“This process is based in our immigration system more adaptable, evidence-and competitive. It needs of the labour market, engagement with immigrant and other interest groups, and the analysis of national and global trends wrote,” Buttigieg.

“This process is based in our immigration system more adaptable, evidence-and competitive. It needs of the labour market, engagement with immigrant and other interest groups, and the analysis of national and global trends.”

— Pete Buttigieg

Buttigieg said, will prevent this Update, the residue system, and that many of the access to the United States.

Temporary work visas are not tied to a single employer, under a Buttigieg presidency, to move by giving immigrants the freedom to another employer within the same industry.

Its Community-renewal-Visa program, would the immigrants in the rural communities to Supplement the loss of population and economic growth. If the immigrant remains in this community, you would be eligible for a Express green card.

Buttigieg, who is also the prioritization of health care would be the visa proposal, the deficiency in the rural areas.

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He also plans to address the nation’s 11 million illegal immigrants.

“Undocumented people are our neighbors, raising families and paying taxes; to share our schools and jobs; pray in churches, synagogues, and mosques; and the Americans-in every respect-with one exception — they are not citizens and have no path to citizenship,” he wrote.

Within the first 100 days of his presidency Buttigieg promises that he would push legislation to that of the path to citizenship.

The immigration plan also calls for the elimination of the Trump travel ban and lift the cap on refugees.

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