"The first reason is the home country of the alien’s refusal to accept their return. Vaughn reported that twenty-three countries currently are uncooperative” with ICE efforts to repatriate the individual with their home country. Sixty-two others are listed as “strained.”
Unfortunately the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that immigrants ordered deported can not be held for more than 180 days except in certain situations. ICE was forced to release 2,166 aliens from custody in 2015 and a total of more than 6,100 during the previous two years.
The second reason for the aliens remaining illegally in the country after being ordered deported is they simply disappear. “Former immigration judge Mark Metcalf has analyzed immigration court data and found that more than half of non-detained aliens skip out on their hearings, Vaughn wrote in the report.
The third reason listed is sanctuary policies of many cities located across the country. Vaughn reported that dozens of state and local governments have adopted sanctuary policies that obstruct ICE from being able to take deportable aliens into custody."
Providence, R.I. is one of those cities.
Senate Democrats yet again, shot down Kate's Law yesterday which would have cracked down on sanctuary cities. The Democrats will sit on the House floor and sulk like embarrassing fools, never hesitating to fully propagandize another mass shooting, while another father sits on a dock holding his dying daughter in his arms. Their efforts will continue to fail in attempting to take away the very same level of protection that is afforded to them, as they continue to favor and protect the criminal aliens that walk our streets, putting American citizens in continued danger every day.
Here's what Jobs With Justice, a pro illegal alien non-profit entity in R.I. celebrated back in 2014 (the same non-profit that planned to march across Rhode Island demanding drivers licenses for illegal aliens):
"Major Victory for Immigrants’ Rights in RI: An End to “ICE Holds”
JULY 21, 2014 / RIJOBSWITHJUSTICE
"After 3 years of organizing by RI Jobs With Justice, The Olneyville Neighborhood Association, and other members of the Todos Somos Arizona (We Are All Arizona) Coalition and allies, Governor Chafee issued an executive order last week
******preventing the RI Department of Corrections from handing people over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.***** This massive victory will dramatically limit deportations in our state, helping to quell the fear undocumented workers and family members live with everyday."
The fear Rhode Island citizens live with every day is that criminals who have broken our laws over and over again, are walking our streets. How many more Kate Steinle deaths will it take to enforce our immigration laws? We must demand that our elected politicians put Rhode Island taxpaying citizens first.
The last words Kate Steinle's dad heard from his daughter were, "help me dad" as she lay in his arms dying after another illegal alien, that was deported multiple times, was allowed "sanctuary" in a city, only to murder an innocent daughter on San Francisco docks, right in front of her family.
Remember who really has your back in November everyone!!