Documentary immigrants detained at the border after November 1, 2020 or undocumented in the country and those who did not show up in the United States before November 1 last year or have a current deportation order are among the new deportation priorities announced by the Joe Biden administration.
That is, if they are detained or caught by immigration agents or police officers cooperating with Customs and Border Control (ICE), the government will probably begin deportation.
“This does not mean that these people are at the crossroads of the federal immigration authorities. New priorities only indicate that these groups of people are deportable and are not protected by the new will issued by the Joe Biden administration last week,” said Ezuel Hernandez, a trained immigration lawyer in Phoenix, Arizona.
These are the keys to the memorandum released last week by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the cause of Alejandro Myorgas, the head of the U.S. National Defense.