Two Countries Refuse To Take Back Deportees – Trump Makes Them Immediately Regret It

It is my belief that not only should this take place for those nations who refuse to take back their citizens who have ILLEGALLY entered or overstayed in America but that ALL FOREIGN AID they get from US taxpayers be eliminated.  It is time for our TAX DOLLARS to be used for LEGAL AMERICANS and not for those nations or foreigners who try to MILK our system.  Why are we paying taxes to benefit foreign nations or citizens?  Let each country be the source of finances for their own citizens and not demand that American workers support their lives.  Then let all those POLITICIANS who enjoy spending our money on non-citizens take those $$$$ out of their personal paychecks and assets but not be allowed to take anything out of any tax accounts.
How much would Mad Maxine, PEE LOUSY, Schumer, Warren, Harris, Moonbeam, etc etc etc., take from their personal pockets to give to these foreigners and ILLEGALS?

These countries who refuse or delay taking back their citizens need to get SWIFT consequences for their refusal.  That refusal should result in immediate transport back to them and if they are getting any foreign aid then the expense of returning them and any court costs should be deducted from any kind of American tax funds they may be getting.  Make them understand that they FREE RIDE is OVER!!!!!

Jackie Juntti
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By The Conservative Jew

And this is how it’s done, folks.

It’s now being reported that the Trump administration isn’t fooling around when it comes to nations not wanting to take in their own citizens who decide disrespect our nation by coming here illegally.

The Department of Homeland Security has now announced that the administration has hit some government officials from Burma and Laos with visa sanctions as punishment for both countries’ refusal to take back their own citizens that the U.S. was caught in our nation illegally and is in the process of trying to deport.

The U.S. embassy in Rangoon, Burma, has put out a press release that it will immediately halt the issuance of tourist and business non-immigrant visas to senior officials in the ministries of Labor, Immigration, Population and Home Affairs. And in Laos, the U.S. mission will no longer grant tourist and business non-immigrant visas to senior officials from the Laotian Ministry of Public Security. These restrictions also apply to the officials’ immediate family members.

Here is more via The Daily Caller:

“The Trump administration has hit certain government officials from Burma and Laos with visa sanctions as punishment for both countries’ refusal to take back their citizens the U.S. is trying to deport, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced Tuesday.

Going forward, the U.S. embassy in Rangoon, Burma, will halt the issuance of tourist and business non-immigrant visas to senior officials in the ministries of Labor, Immigration, Population and Home Affairs. In Laos, the U.S. mission will no longer grant tourist and business non-immigrant visas to senior officials from the Laotian Ministry of Public Security.

The restrictions also apply to the officials’ immediate families, DHS said.

The sanctions come after a review by DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, who determined that Burma and Laos have “denied or unreasonably delayed” accepting citizens ordered removed from the U.S. They will remain in place until Nielsen notifies Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that cooperation on deportees has improved, according to DHS.

“The decision to sanction a recalcitrant country is not taken lightly,” the department said in a statement. “DHS makes significant efforts, in collaboration with the State Department, to encourage countries to accept the prompt, lawful return of their nationals who are subject to removal from the United States. Those efforts include diplomatic communications at the highest level of government.”

Tuesday’s announcement is not the first time the Trump administration has resorted to the use of visa sanctions against countries that don’t cooperate on deportations. Washington slapped Eritrea, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Cambodia in 2017 with varying levels of visa restrictions after then-acting DHS Secretary Elaine Duke named all four as recalcitrant countries.

Although the immigration code allows U.S. authorities apply visa sanctions on countries that refuse to take back their citizens, the punishment had rarely been used before the Trump administration. Until 2017, Washington had resorted to visa sanctions against non-accepting countries just twice ­ Guyana in 2001 and then Gambia in 2016.

The Trump administration has put heavy diplomatic pressure on countries that resist accepting deportees and has been able to convince some to become more cooperative. Since January 2017, DHS has removed eight countries ­ including Iraq and Somalia ­ from a list of recalcitrant countries maintained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

The 12 nations still on the list as of last July were China, Cuba, Vietnam, Laos, Iran, Cambodia, Burma, Morocco, Hong Kong, South Sudan, Guinea and Eritrea.

A Supreme Court decision, Zadvydas v. Davis, prevents the government from holding aliens with final orders of removal beyond six months if there is no “significant likelihood of removal in the reasonably foreseeable future.” ICE says it has had to release Burmese and Laotian nationals into the U.S. because neither country has an established process for issuing travel documents to their citizens who’ve been ordered removed.”

According to the DHS, these sanctions come after a review by DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. Neilson then determined that Burma and Laos have “denied or unreasonably delayed” accepting citizens ordered removed from the U.S. for being in the country illegally.

The sanctions are said to remain in place until Nielsen notifies Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that those nations are cooperating with U.S. officials when it comes to deportees.

In total 12 nations are still said to not want to cooperate with DHS; China, Cuba, Vietnam, Laos, Iran, Cambodia, Burma, Morocco, Hong Kong, South Sudan, Guinea, and Eritrea.

Can anyone please explain when the world grew to believe it was a right to come into the U.S. and live here? We are one of the most generous nations on earth when it comes to immigration but this idea that it’s a Human Right to live here needs to end. Don’t you agree?

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