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Trump's Plan For Fast-Tracked Deportations Hits Legal Bump In The Road

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Published on September 28, 2019 - Duration: 00:34s

Trump's Plan For Fast-Tracked Deportations Hits Legal Bump In The Road

The Department of Homeland Security must set aside a plan that would make more people vulnerable to expedited deportation.

According to Reuters, a federal judge made the order, which will stand until a court can rule on the matter.

Previously, only immigrants detained within 100 miles of the border, who had been in the US less than two weeks, could be rapidly deported.

The policy makes an exception for immigrants who can establish a โ€œcredible fearโ€ of persecution in their home country.

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