U.S. cements plans to separate families crossing border illegally
U.S. cements plans to separate families crossing border illegally
08 May, 2018, 01:38
By prosecuting adults attempting to cross the border and then treating their children as unaccompanied minors, families would be separated as children are placed in shelters or with family while their cases for asylum are reviewed.
Sessions acknowledged that if an immigrant is accompanied by a child "that child will be separated from you as required by law".
"In this administration, we know whose side we are on", Sessions said Monday.
Sessions, speaking Monday at a border wall separating San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico, said the Homeland Security Department will send every case of illegal entry to federal prosecutors.
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U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says his zero-tolerance policy against anyone who enters the country illegally may cause parents to be separated from their children. "It's not my problem, it's not the US border control's problem when people try to force their way into the country unlawfully". Trump himself was in Otay Mesa in March to survey prototypes of the border wall, which was a key promise of his anti-immigration presidential campaign. "We need legality and integrity in our immigration system", he continued.
Sessions' visit comes about a week after hundreds of Central American migrants traveled to the US border seeking asylum following a month-long caravan through Mexico.
Last week, Sessions announced that the Justice Department was sending 35 assistant US attorneys to the southwestern border to to "prosecute illegal entries into our country", while 18 immigration judges would focus "full time" on clearing a backlog of asylum claims. "But we can not take everyone on Earth who is in a hard situation".
Sessions made clear his intention isn't to help caravan migrants navigate the labyrinthine process of asylum-seeking with greater ease-his Department of Justice has already filed criminal charges for illegal entry against 11 asylum seekers believed to be members of the caravan.
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