Skip to comments.Come irregularity in removal proceedings (Google Translate)
Posted on 07/25/2014 8:52:51 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
Organizations and human rights lawyers in the USA denounce abuses in deportation proceedings the authorities of that country have adopted as soon as possible to repatriate the undocumented who just crossed the border with Mexico, and fear that they have forced to sign voluntary departure without being heard by an immigration judge.
"We are saying to the undocumented--which is a process where they will be detained for a long time and it's easier to go are forcing a resolution, "he said by telephone from USA, Meredith Brown, an expert on immigration issues, the Chamber of Attorneys of Los Angeles.
Brown indicated that much of the undocumented workers are not allowed to receive legal representation to present their case before an immigration judge, although many have fled the violence in their countries with the intention of refuge or asylum in USA.
Another measure to prevent migrants have access to an attorney who can help is changing the location of the detention centers. According to Brown, the government recently installed one in a desert area, three hours from Los Angeles, where "lawyers are not going to go."
"That's on purpose, to incapacitate the detainee to have representation," complained legal.
Jorge Mario Herrera, of the Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (Chirla, in English), said that forcing undocumented immigrants to sign voluntary deportation "is not new", and there are demands that civil society groups have filed against those irregular procedures.
"We've had enough data to support that pressure and coarctation our compatriots suffering detention centers," the activist, who said that the administration of President Barack Obama seeks to accelerate deportations under political pressure from Republicans and anti-immigrant groups.
The humanitarian organization American Civil Liberties Union stands on its website that the process called "voluntary departure" resulting in involuntary waiver of basic rights and due process for immigrants.
"If a person signs his voluntary departure, waived his right to a hearing before an immigration judge and is usually deported," the statement on the website of the organization.
Jose Gutierrez, director of the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities, expressed concern "misinformation" that are given to migrants when they arrive in USA. in order to "push to sign voluntary departure."
"What they do is the same as with the Mexican children in less than 48 hours deported. Where is the humane treatment of this country? It's a bit absurd to hear how defend one million Syrian migrants in Turkey, but can not defend migrants at their borders, these children who flee their countries, "criticized Gutierrez.
U.S. Embassy in Guatemala reported in Prensa Libre "on people detained at the border, according to U.S. law-they can all be repatriated without a hearing before a judge. That is only for adults and accompanied children and are stopped at the border. There is a separate process to unaccompanied children".
Mexican priest Alejandro Solalinde, known defender of migrants, yesterday lashed in an interview with the National Radio of El Salvador, the expedited removal process of USA and Mexico.
"The measures taken by USA and Mexico are totally wrong and misleading because they expose people to risks and you need to see a part of corruption, "said Solalinde, for whom the crisis has been handled with safety criteria and not human.
21 Mothers with their children have been deported in a week.
33 Children were returned in seven days.
Can we get a translation from Google into English?
So 54 of these criminals have been sent home out of some 300,000 (New York Times estimate)? Boo-hoo. At this rate the illegal toddlers will get to be on the US dole their entire adult lives.
Solution you for troubles of crossing at border place. Home stay you. No troubles of enforcement border.
I think that headline is saying that deportation makes you constipated.
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