Trumps threat is useless? American officials allow immigrants to seek shelter.

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 Trumps threat is useless? American officials allow immigrants to seek shelter.


Gomes (ElmerZelayaGomez) and Evelyn (EvelynVega) from Central American Salvatore and their daughter, Nayely, wait at the St. siewaro border port at siwner, Mexico. They are part of many asylum seekers, waiting to seek refuge across the American border. (source: Washington Post) Overseas network May 5, U. S. President Trump has been shocked by the United States immigrants to the United States by caravans and vowed to keep them out of the country. But on Tuesday (1), American officials allowed small groups of asylum seekers to cross the border and chose to comply with relevant laws of the United States and the world in such cases. On the evening of 1, 25 of the 150 caravan caravans headed to the United States were sent to Santiago, California, to apply for asylum, according to the Washington Post. Their entry seemed to hit Trumps efforts to prevent immigration - Trump had called on the National Guard to threaten Mexico, and warned that immigrants, which were mainly women and children, threatened national security. Trump has announced that he will deploy the National Guard to the Mexico border and invoke immigrants to travel to the United States by caravans to call for more stringent immigration policies, such as building a side wall. The United States is a country under the rule of law. We have to have boundaries, Trump said at a press conference with President Muhamadu Buhari of Nigeria this week that he had been a few weeks on the caravans carrying migrants and found that they had been going north. We have no borders. There is a country. The United States receives thousands of asylum seekers every month, saying they cant return home because their political beliefs, religious beliefs, races or other problems cause them to face danger. In general, these cases are almost discounted, and the other convoys of Central American immigrants have made similar trips in recent years and have not caused much attention in the past. A month ago, about 1500 emigrants from the southern city of Mexico, to the United States, were seen as a sign that immigrants were out of control. Trump began sending the caravans to the United States at the beginning of his migration, saying that this is evidence that the border became more dangerous. He once threatened Mexico and Honduras that they would be retaliated if they did not stop the convoy. Trump has repeatedly used this to punish Congress, and Congress has been reluctant to ratify some of his immigration policy proposals. Now we are dealing with the worst law. We are doing our best to solve this problem, Trump said at a news conference this week. But we must make the Congress change, and we must do it as quickly as possible. However, acting attorneys representing asylum applicants believe that Trumps words are of no use to deterrent immigrants, because many people have no choice but to escape their homes. Government officials think their words can stop people coming here illegally, said Brian Johnson, an immigration lawyer in the Gulf of New York. But the people who come are not scared away. They have no choice. However, as caravans have attracted widespread attention, some lawyers worry that these immigrants are likely to be quickly deported. Source: overseas web editor: Shao Xiaobo _NN2479 However, acting attorneys representing asylum applicants believe that Trumps words are of no use to deterrent immigrants, because many people have no choice but to escape their homes. Government officials think their words can stop people coming here illegally, said Brian Johnson, an immigration lawyer in the Gulf of New York. But the people who come are not scared away. They have no choice. However, as caravans have attracted widespread attention, some lawyers worry that these immigrants are likely to be quickly deported.