If Obama was called 'deporter-in-chief,' what will Trump be?

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said in one memo that it "implements new policies created to stem illegal immigration and facilitate the detection, apprehension, detention and removal of aliens who have no lawful basis to enter or remain in the United States".

The priority for deportation will remain undocumented immigrants convicted of crimes, but will also include anyone who has been charged or potentially faces criminal charges.

Trump is also keeping former President Barack Obama's "DACA" program, which provides work permits to more than 750,000 immigrants who came to the US illegally as children, known as "Dreamers".

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And if Manchester City eliminate Huddersfield in their replay, they will face Middlesbrough. "Me and Paul came in to boost that a little".

While young adult illegal immigrant "Dreamers" are still exempted, agents were told there are no longer any other special classes of people that should be considered off limits for deportation.

The US Department of Homeland Security guidance to immigration agents is part of a broader border security and immigration enforcement plan in executive orders that Trump signed on January 25.

"State and local law enforcement agencies, including those with records of racial profiling and police brutality, are encouraged to become immigration agents", said Lin.

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A sweeping set of memos released Tuesday make clear that the vast majority of undocumented immigrants in the United States are at risk of deportation. DACA has deferred deportations for people who came to the US illegally as children and has provided work permits to more than 750,000 immigrants.

U.S. Border Patrol apprehensions - one metric of illegal immigration - peaked in 2000. These jobs will require congressional funding approval but, by making the need known, at least we can see that the grown-ups are back in charge.

The new guidelines has sparked more fear and uncertainty in the immigrant community. The documents have yet to be published and could change before they're officially issued. Previously, expedited removal was typically reserved for undocumented immigrants who lived within 100 miles of the border and had only lived in the country 14 days or less. City Hall estimates in Chicago alone there are an estimated 500,000 undocumented immigrants, between 15 and 20 percent of the city's population who could all be affected by the crackdown. "These immigration enforcement memos are a one-size-fits-all mass deportation approach full of punishment, completely void of fairness and justice".

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Terry will consider his next move at the end of the season and Chelsea do not expect to address the situation until May. Now in the FA Cup we are in the quarter-final, I am pleased for this because it shows that we are working very well.