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UK Home Secretary Pushing Reform To Make Deportation of Illegals Easier

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    The UK's Home Secretary, Priti Patel, who is the cabinet minister responsible for immigration, has announced new immigration reforms that will make it easier and quicker to deport illegal alien migrants who enter the country. Her "fundamental reforms" will crack down on judges who have been keeping migrants in the country on bogus "human rights" claims and speed up the process of removing migrants who have no legitimate claim to stay in the country.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8979911/Priti-Patel-vows-reform-asylum-law-tackling-deportation-delays.html

    Patel also revealed a crackdown on migrants falsely claiming to be children. The UK Home Office has recently apprehended over 2,000 adult migrants falsely claiming to be children to take advantage for more lenient immigration rules.

    Meanwhile, in the US, Joe Biden has said he will prioritize amnesty for 11 million or more illegal aliens, including a pathway to citizenship, ahead of fighting Covid-19


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