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Deportations from the US

I Removal Commonly understood to mean when US immigration authorities deport or exclude someone from America A specific immigration enforcement action, it refers to aliens apprehended at their own border while trying to enter the uS illegally I Returns Total immigrants removed or returned, by presidential term (1901-2016) President T. Roosevelt W. H. Taft W. Wilson W. Harding Н. Нoover F. Roosevelt H. Truman D. Eisenhower L. Johnson R. Nixon J. Carter R. Reagan G.H. Bush B. Clinton G.W. Bush B. Obama 1901-1909 1909-1913 1913-1921 1921-1923 1929-1933 1933-1945 1945-1953 1953-1961 1963-1969 1969-1974 1977-1981 1981-1989 1989-1993 1993-2001 2001-2009 2009-2016 C. Coolidge J. F. Kennedy G. Ford Republican Democrat 1923-1929 1961-1963 1974-1977 400,000 Post-second world war years 200,000 80,269 83,150 162,371 36,372 224,151 170,044 286,816 122,753 200,000 730,585 ТОTAL (Includes removals and returns) 400,000 600,000 2,014,334 5,291,307 As of September 2016 2,944,384 800,000 1,000,000 2,412,244 2,616,732 3,615,243 1,200,000 4,161,683 10,328,850 1,400,000 1,600,000 8,276,853 12,290,905 Beginning of Barack Obama's administration People apprehended YEAR 2009 844 277 283 472 2010 673 356 290 543 2011 591 293 290 468 60 2012 537 317 102 418 56 2013 360 299 88 469 41 2014 272 269 91 767 41 2015 282 190 64 789 37 2016 271 206 43 505 45 1,042 32 Blaine Spokane Havre Grand Forks 1,422 25 815 702 WASHINGTON MONTANA N. DAKOTA 2,672 Houlton 531 Detroit 2,422 2,114 506 341 1,143 796 MAINE Immigrants apprehended by border patrol sectors (US Government fiscal years, 2009-2016) 291 741 Swanton 291 226 VERMONT MICHIGAN Buffalo NEW YORK UNITE D ST AIES 0 F A MERICA CALIFORNIA San Diego ARIZONA El Centro 2016 19,448 Yuma NEW MEXICO 12,820 | 14,511 16,306 23,916 30,191 2015 2014 14,170 7,142 5,902 6,106 6,500 5,833 2013 El Paso 2012 Tucson 25,634 TEXAS 2011 2010 32,562 14,495 64,891 63,397 87,915 120,939 120,000 123,285 2009 33,520 12,339 7,116 6,952 11,154 Big Bend LOUISIANA 9,678 10,345 12,251 14,998 6,366 New 5,031 4,096 3,684 3,964 4,036 212,202 Del Rio Orleans FLORIDA 241,667 5,288 6,357 Miami 764 Deportations from the US 950 500 Laredo 849 36,562 35,888 1,509 3,171 3,527 474 3,205 44,049 1,752 50,749 2,034 1,738 2,509 4,401 4,651 44,872 36,053 Rio Grande 35,287 40,571 Valley 4,429 2009 418 2010 398 2011 642 \186,830 147,257 President-elect Donald Trump's tough talk on immigration was a central part of his campaign messsage. Last November he announced he wanted to deport up to three million undocumented immigrants. The data shows the number of foreigners removed from the United States has been increasing for several decades. Trump's hard-line stance might not be the fundamental shift in national policy as it first appears 256,393 154,453 97,762 2012 702 2013 924 59,243 59,766 2014 958 2015 557 2016 694 Ramey 60,992 PUERTO RICO Number of illegal aliens apprehended in the US since 1969 The southern border patrol sectors (in thousands) 1,692,544 1,676,438 1986 2000 1,600 Fence completed (Data source: OBP) 1,400 Yuma Patrol sector 1,200 El Centro us 1,000 San Diego Tucson El Paso 800 530,250 600 Marfa 2016 Del Rio Laredo MEXICO 400 Rio Grande Valley 200 G.H. Bush G.W. Bush Nixon Ford Carter Reagan Clinton Obama Immigrants removed due to their criminal status Criminal Removal - the deportation, exclusion, or removal of an alien who has: 1) been charged under a section of the uS Immigration and Nationality Act that requires a criminal conviction and that charge is the basis for the removal, or 2) a criminal conviction noted in the Deportable Alien Control System (DACS) for a crime that renders the alien removable. An alien with an appropriate criminal conviction is considered a criminal alien regardless of the section of law under which the alien was removed. (2009-2014) By region 2009 NORTH AMERICA SOUTH AFRICA ASIA EUROPE OCEANIA (2014 only) AMERICA Mexico and Canada 203 2014 2,396 3,396 511 647 1,060 1,567 874 1,236 181 218 162,708 Sources: U.S. Department of Homeland Security, GAO analysis of CBP data; Map Resources (map); u.S. Customs and Border Protection (fence). SCMP Graphic: Marcelo Duhalde C. 23,078 19,013 24,255 23,510 21,720 | 16,144 14,694 17,082 160 |189 31,891 26,290 29,911 27,496 28,461 42,447 68,565 1,266 118,712 1,078 1,275 1,074 1,559 1,334 1,469 1,110 999 718 673 592 3,118 3,204 2,705

Deportations from the US

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The data shows the number of foreigners removed from the United States has been increasing for several decades. Trump’s hard-line stance might not be the fundamental shift in national policy as it f...

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