Among bans and threats: how Trump’s immigration policy changed the rules of the game in the US | Univision Immigration News

The expulsion of immigrants who have been in the country for a long time without criminal records and were never undocumented and the separations of families at the border despite a court order prohibiting doing so marked the immigration policy of the U.S. government in 2019.

This is based on the fact that there are no signs of finding a permanent political solution for the 11 million undocumented people living in the country, including some 700,000 dreamers.

From the first days of January the government threatened more raids, new restrictions, derogations and changes to immigration law regulations, all without the participation of Congress.

These are the stories that summarize this 2019 in immigration policy:

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