White House proposes decree for new entry a week from
The White House has the announcement of a new presidential decree that suspended re-entry ban for seven countries with predominantly muslims need to replace is delayed. That made to a member of the White House Wednesday known.
The new decree is now scheduled for “sometime next week”, let the employee know. President Trump had announced earlier this week with a replacement entry. In this decree, holders of a permanent residence permit, ‘green card’, are spared.
Trump issued at the end of January with a presidential decree a re-entry ban that was successfully challenged by the state of Washington. Trump had a large amount of criticism on the court’s decision. “The opinion of these so-called right is ridiculous and will be withdrawn”, he let Twitter know.
The federal court of appeal in San Francisco upheld a later ruling of the court.
Summary: These decrees signed with Donald Trump until now
The minister of Binnenladse Safety, John Kelly, said Wednesday that people from Guatemala illegally to the US want to travel that shouldn’t have. He made his statements in Guatemala, where he was present at the arrival of an aircraft with illegal immigrants from the United States.
Kelly suggested that the authorities in the US, the law will hold, and no mass deportations will perform. He stressed, however, that illegal immigrants faster returned will be.
Government Trump comes up with stricter guidelines for deportation illegal immigrants
The White House announced already with more stringent guidelines to come illegal immigrants are easier to deport. In Mexico it is angry react on these messages. On Wednesday and Thursday there are discussions between the Foreign ministers of the two countries.
With the new guidelines, the U.S. would also be illegal immigrants who are not Mexican are out want to make it to Mexico. “The Mexican government will this kind of unilateral decisions not to accept,” said the Mexican Foreign minister, Luis Videgaray.
According to Videgaray will the proposed guidelines of the U.S. the dominate conversations.