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GOP rep presents draft law for the implementation of DNA testing at the border, warn officials in front of the child recycling’

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U.S. citizenship and Immigration services, Deputy Director, Ken Cuccinelli says President Trump does the tough stance, but must be passed by the Congress on a step, and the laws to to help.

EXCLUSIVE: How the trombone administration speaks to the problem of child trafficking in the southern border, a Texas legislature responded with a law, the management of DNA testing for migrants coming, in the USA, allegedly with the family.

REP Lance Gooden, R-Texas., introduced the end trafficking in children are Now on Monday. The draft law for the implementation of DNA testing at the border, and punish those who get caught trying to cheat the system with up to 10 years in prison.

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The proposal is a response to the growing awareness of the fraudulent abuse of children than of adult migrants ‘ access to the U.S. in 1997, Flores-court settlement is limited, how long children can be held in custody, to only 20 days, which means that requiring adult migrants to family members in their applications for asylum are taken into account again in the home, there.

“Unfortunately, we see that all to often now … adults, the children try with them, which is not your own, and use what they perceive as a gap in our law that would allow you to use back in the United States,” Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan said the house Oversight Committee last week, as he described how a DNA test helped thwart a migrant who allegedly bought “” a child in a range of loopholes.

“We’ve had bad cases, including a 51-year-old man, bought a six-month old baby for $80 in Guatemala and admitted that, if faced with a DNA test from a Homeland Security investigations agent for the implementation of a pilot in one of our border stations,” he said last Thursday.

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He also testified about the problem of “child-recycling,” the authorities have been investigated, where the children are used multiple times to adults in the United States

“ICE now has three significant cases in numerous cities around the country, in which they identified a small group of children have five, maybe-to-eight children, of dozens of adults, about our border release in the United States is looking for,” he said.

Gooden legislation has its roots in one of the last Immigration and Customs Enforcement pilot program earlier this year that the tested DNA sample of migrants in family units and identified 16 of the 84 units to be fraudulent.

“There are five cases, according to ICE, groups of people who come with children, to say:” these are our children ” – if you say that you receive preferential treatment through the asylum process-and then we found out later on, once they are used, so that the DNA study will help us determine if you are telling the truth or not,” Gooden told Fox News.

ICE officials also said that the program had a “strong deterrent effect” on the coming, with many admitting, as part of a fraudulent unit, before being tested.

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Tests in the mouth swab similar to those already in use by the State Department. The Agency says that such tests are 99.5% accurate. There are exceptions in the legislation, including when migrants have sufficient documentation to show that they are related.

Gooden, who was elected to Congress in the year 2018, Washington came, with a focus on immigration, which he says is the number one priority of his constituents back home. In may, he introduced a bill that would cut the funding of “sanctuary cities” that do not comply with ICE tumblers. That bill didn’t gain traction in the Democrat-controlled chamber.

This bill could be similar to the opposition of house Democrats -that is clearly to the left on the topic of migration in the last few years-but Gooden is optimistic about his chances.

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“I think it should have the support of both parties, I can’t imagine that someone makes an argument that we should not ensure that the drug dealers are not human trafficking, and families really are families,” he said.

“I would be shocked to hear, is to prevent that someone is against child trafficking, but I was shocked,” he added.

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