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California lays down the rules for cooperation with feds on immigration

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has not insisted that the California sanctuary laws authorize state and local law enforcement authorities, to neglect by the Federal law.

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The California Department of Justice issued new guidelines Wednesday that seeks to clarify the extent to which state and local law enforcement agencies cooperate with Federal immigration officials.

The 10-page guide States that data on illegal immigrants can be, and is, together with the federal Department of Homeland Security, reported the Washington Post.

California Senate Bill 54, implemented earlier this year, effectively legalized cooperation between national law enforcement authorities and Federal immigration officials. At the beginning of March, the Trump administration, a lawsuit against California, challenging SB54.

Immigration advocates rally outside a meeting of the Orange County Board of Supervisors, in Santa Ana, Calif., 27. March 2018.

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State sen. Kevin de Leon said the new guidelines are designed to remedy critiques, SB54 and stock create to the fact that it offers “further evidence that SB54 is in accordance with the Federal law”.

President Donald Trump, U.S. attorney General Jeff Sessions and other members of the Trump administration criticized California’s attitude toward the enforcement of Federal immigration laws. The government is sweeping up the place of more immigration in the last few months, attacks on illegal immigrants and companies that benefit from it.

Under the new guidelines, police and Sheriff’s departments is prohibited to make inquiries about a person’s immigration status, but are permitted to exchange information in relation to a migrant the legal status, if you have information, reported the Washington Times.

The new guidelines set by the state, another state, the state and the local police, the Federal officials of the immigration authority can help, as long as state law is enforced.

But the cooperation between Federal immigration authorities and state and local law enforcement authorities is discouraged largely-including the joint task forces as well as the identification and suppression of illegal immigrants.

Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.

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