U.S. Immigration officials deported a second round of Somali Muslims primarily because of their illegal alien status as part of an ongoing Trump Administration policy of deporting some 5,000 Somali Muslim nationals, not only because of their illegal status and perpetual welfare dependency, but because they have been committing an astoundingly high rate of crimes and rapes in several American communities.
VOA News The U.S. government says almost 5,000 Somali nationals in the U.S. face deportation orders. “As of April 1, 2017, there were 4,801 Somali nationals with final orders of removal,” U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesman Brendan Raedy said Tuesday. “As of that same date, 237 Somali nationals have been removed to Somalia in fiscal year 2017.”
“ICE continues to focus its limited enforcement resources toward individuals who pose a threat to national security, public safety and border security,” Raedy said. However, any immigrant who is in the U.S. illegally is subject to deportation. “All of those in violation of immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest, detention and, if found removable by final order, removal from the United States.”
Breitbart U.S. Immigration fficials deported a total of 77 illegal immigrants to Somalia this month, according to a report by Midnimo Information Center. Of the 77 illegal immigrants, 72 were Somali foreign nationals, while five of the illegal immigrants were from Kenya.
An unnamed official told Midnimo the group of illegal immigrants were deported generally because of their immigration status. (Not to mention the fact that they are on the FBI most wanted list)
“They were deported over immigration issues including lacking papers. We had been informed of their planned arrival,” the anonymous official said. “The Somalis will proceed to Mogadishu while Kenyans will be processed here accordingly.”
This is the second round of mostly Somali Muslim illegal aliens who are being deported under President Trump’s administration and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Trump’s focus on deporting Somali Muslims and other Muslim foreign nationals from the region is vastly different from the Obama Administration, where only 170 Somali Muslims were deported in his last two years in office. These Somalis were deported for either committing crimes or having their asylum requests rejected, as Breitbart Texas reported.
Somalia’s Ambassador to the U.S. Ahmed Isse Awad said previously the number of Somali Muslims the Trump Administration is looking to deport is at least 4,000, with the vast majority not being currently held in immigration detention centers.