The previously-announced arrests of obliged to leave the country, migrants in the United States will begin in the end of the week. According to the New York Times (NYT) had the authorities to be at least 2000 immigrants without papers in the visor to be arrested in nationwide raids in ten cities and in detention centres brought. US President, Donald Trump announced the controversial Operation already for June, but then at the Insistence of the Opposition and the immigration offices for two weeks to be moved.

Some of the migrants are in the Hotel

to land, According to the “NYT” to be transferred to the people of Texas and Pennsylvania, families should not be separated, if possible. The officials would also expect “Collateral arrests,” said an unspecified authorities, employees of the American newspaper. As the detention camp for the quantity of migrants will, however, be too small, should some of them come in Hotels. The aim of the immigration authority, the ICE was there, the families as quickly as possible to deport.

After the announcement of the mass arrests, there had been sharp criticism in the United States. In several affected cities Responsible announced, not with the use of forces to work together. “This cruel policy is not a solution for a broken immigration system,” said the mayor of the city of Atlanta Keisha Lance Bottoms. In Texas, a relief organization appealed to potential victims, to be open to the police to the door, to remain silent and request a lawyer.

Secretary of Homeland security, will see action in a critical

the acting Secretary of Homeland security Kevin McAleenan sees at least parts of the action is critical. According to the “Washington Post” he has instructed ICE to focus mainly on about 150 families who, during their asylum procedure submerged.

Trump had promised in the election campaign of 2016, to stop the illegal immigration. The number of migrants increased since the beginning of his tenure, but steadily. In may alone were apprehended at the US southern border is 144,000 immigrants, including 57,000 in the minors – the highest number for 13 years. The majority of migrants are people from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras fleeing poverty and violence in their home countries.

sources: New York Times, Washington Post, REUTERS