Obama deported only 0.2 percent of 11.7 million illegals in 2013

Obama deported only 0.2 percent of 11.7 million illegals in 2013

Fewer than 0.2 percent of the 11.7 million illegal aliens in the United States were deported in 2012 for violating immigration laws, according to data released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

“It is a drop in the bucket,” Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, told The Daily Caller. “Relative to the [agency] resources and tools they have been given to do this job, it is a record low,” said Vaughan.

Government officials say they deported a total of 368,644 people. But almost two-thirds of those people, or 235,093, were caught at the border and promptly returned to their home countries.

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3 Responses to Obama deported only 0.2 percent of 11.7 million illegals in 2013

  1. Rich says:

    THE 11-12 MILLION ILLEGAL ALIEN NUMBER IS MORE THAN A DECADE OLD FIGURE STILL BEING USED..

    CAPS 2007 Study suggested 20-38 million illegals occupy the USA..
    now erased from the site…

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