Texas’s Governor Signs Strict Immigration Laws that Will Catch and Deport People Who Cross the Border Illegally!

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cybersecdnTexas Governor Greg Abbott has signed a new immigration law that allows police officers to arrest migrants who enter the country illegally and order them to leave the country.  The new law would empower all police in Texas to arrest migrants suspected of illegally entering the country, including officers hundreds of miles from the border. The offense would be a misdemeanor and a judge could order the defendant to leave the country.

The new law is one of the strictest immigration laws in the United States and has been criticized by Mexico’s government, which warned it would result in family separations and racial profiling.

Critics say the law could lead to racial profiling or the wrongful arrest of U.S. citizens and immigrants who are in the country legally. Democrats also said it would make immigrant crime victims afraid to contact police.

The new law comes as Texas has pushed boundaries on the U.S.-Mexico border for two years, busing migrants across America, jailing thousands for trespass, and stringing razor wire along the Rio Grand. The state has been making agreements with border landowners and arresting migrants who cross their properties for trespassing.

Texas Governor Enacts Stringent Immigration

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The new law is expected to face legal challenges from civil rights groups and immigration advocates. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has already vowed to challenge the law in court.

The new immigration law signed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott is one of the strictest immigration laws in the United States. The law allows police officers to arrest migrants who enter the country illegally and order them to leave the country. The law has been criticized by Mexico’s government and civil rights groups and immigration advocates have vowed to challenge the law in court.

 

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