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Trump could kick 30,000 Kenyans out in January

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Hopefully Barrỷ is one of them, after all his records come to light!

The Star ^ | November 15, 2016

An estimated 30,000 Kenyan illegal immigrants are now at imminent risk of being deported from the USA back to Kenya.

On Sunday Donald Trump said that he wants to deport three million illegal immigrants "immediately" he becomes President in January.

There are around 11 million illegal immigrants in the USA who Trump threatened to deport while he was on the campaign trail. Many illegals were hoping that he would tone down after winning the election but it is now clear that Trump will not backtrack on his hardline immigration policy.

The International Organization for Migration in 2015 estimated in 2015 that 30,000 Kenyans are irregularly residing in the United States alone.

"These numbers are derived from visa admissions statistics and data from the US Census Bureau," the IOM report says.

The US Department of Homeland Security estimate that the number of illegal Kenyans in the US multiplied by seven between 1990 and 2013.

In 1990, undocumented Kenyans in the US were estimated to be 3,000, rising to 15,000 by 2000 and to 24,000 by 2013.

According to the US Census Bureau, there were an estimated 106,484 Kenyans residing in the US in 2013, including those there illegally.

At least 62,858 were in employment with most of the reminder in school or too young to be enrolled.

Half of the money sent to Kenya from the diaspora comes from the US and Canada.

According to Central Bank of Kenya data, Kenyans sent home around Sh165 billion in the year up to June 2016, with Sh85 billion of it coming from North America. Remittances are a bigger foreign exchange earner that tea, flowers, coffee or tourism.

Yesterday Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe offered little support to Kenyans facing deportation.

Kiraithe said that it was not part of "Kenya's national pride" for its citizens in foreign countries to "play hide and seek with the law."

"We are glad that he ( Trump) is targeting criminals. For the other Kenyans who might have reached there for whatever reason, we would urge them to stay within the legal system of the United States," Kiraithe said.

"You do not have to stay anywhere illegally. There are enough opportunities here," he said.

"There are many Kenyans who are farmers and others are herders and they are making it. So if someone cannot be accommodated legally in another country, the earlier they take a flight and come back home, the better," Kiraithe said.

Between 2009 and 2014, 3,050 Kenyan aliens were arrested in the US and 593 were deported.

In the same period, 34,233 Kenyans received US permanent residency. In 2014 alone 27,425 Kenyans visited the US for various reasons.

In that period, 49 Kenyans went to the US as refugees while 568 were received as asylum seekers.

The total number of undocumented Africans in the US is estimated at around 300,000 out of an estimated total of 11.4 million illegal immigrants who Trump wants to deport.

"What we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where a lot of these people, probably two million – it could be even three million – we are getting them out of the country or we are going to incarcerate," Trump told CBS News on Sunday.

Critics believe that Trump will be prevented by the legal system from deporting illegal immigrants in his effort to "Make America Great Again".

And his critics also argue that logistically it could take him 30 years to deport this first batch of three million illegals.

It is still not clear what Trump's foreign policy on Africa will be as he rarely mentioned it during his campaign.

However there is concerns that the warm relations that Kenya has enjoyed with the Obama administration may be under threat.
 

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they are here illegally and many have already committed crimes
 

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Matt wrote:This is racist.

Uncle Ferd says...

... dat would be just about...

... alla Obama's family.
 

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Hopefully Barrỷ is one of them, after all his records come to light!

The Star ^ | November 15, 2016

An estimated 30,000 Kenyan illegal immigrants are now at imminent risk of being deported from the USA back to Kenya.

On Sunday Donald Trump said that he wants to deport three million illegal immigrants "immediately" he becomes President in January.

There are around 11 million illegal immigrants in the USA who Trump threatened to deport while he was on the campaign trail. Many illegals were hoping that he would tone down after winning the election but it is now clear that Trump will not backtrack on his hardline immigration policy.

The International Organization for Migration in 2015 estimated in 2015 that 30,000 Kenyans are irregularly residing in the United States alone.

"These numbers are derived from visa admissions statistics and data from the US Census Bureau," the IOM report says.

The US Department of Homeland Security estimate that the number of illegal Kenyans in the US multiplied by seven between 1990 and 2013.

In 1990, undocumented Kenyans in the US were estimated to be 3,000, rising to 15,000 by 2000 and to 24,000 by 2013.

According to the US Census Bureau, there were an estimated 106,484 Kenyans residing in the US in 2013, including those there illegally.

At least 62,858 were in employment with most of the reminder in school or too young to be enrolled.

Half of the money sent to Kenya from the diaspora comes from the US and Canada.

According to Central Bank of Kenya data, Kenyans sent home around Sh165 billion in the year up to June 2016, with Sh85 billion of it coming from North America. Remittances are a bigger foreign exchange earner that tea, flowers, coffee or tourism.

Yesterday Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe offered little support to Kenyans facing deportation.

Kiraithe said that it was not part of "Kenya's national pride" for its citizens in foreign countries to "play hide and seek with the law."

"We are glad that he ( Trump) is targeting criminals. For the other Kenyans who might have reached there for whatever reason, we would urge them to stay within the legal system of the United States," Kiraithe said.

"You do not have to stay anywhere illegally. There are enough opportunities here," he said.

"There are many Kenyans who are farmers and others are herders and they are making it. So if someone cannot be accommodated legally in another country, the earlier they take a flight and come back home, the better," Kiraithe said.

Between 2009 and 2014, 3,050 Kenyan aliens were arrested in the US and 593 were deported.

In the same period, 34,233 Kenyans received US permanent residency. In 2014 alone 27,425 Kenyans visited the US for various reasons.

In that period, 49 Kenyans went to the US as refugees while 568 were received as asylum seekers.

The total number of undocumented Africans in the US is estimated at around 300,000 out of an estimated total of 11.4 million illegal immigrants who Trump wants to deport.

"What we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where a lot of these people, probably two million – it could be even three million – we are getting them out of the country or we are going to incarcerate," Trump told CBS News on Sunday.

Critics believe that Trump will be prevented by the legal system from deporting illegal immigrants in his effort to "Make America Great Again".

And his critics also argue that logistically it could take him 30 years to deport this first batch of three million illegals.

It is still not clear what Trump's foreign policy on Africa will be as he rarely mentioned it during his campaign.

However there is concerns that the warm relations that Kenya has enjoyed with the Obama administration may be under threat.

I can deport them all in 30 days. They will fund their own flights out of sheer terror.

 

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Aris wrote: His brother voted for Trump

Smart man.

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Trump could kick 30,000 Kenyans out in January. Hopefully Barrỷ is one of them, after all his records come to light!
Never mind "all of his records". He should be kicked out (or jailed for life) for his 2 terms of war-mongering. His disrespect for the flag makes my dog look like an All American Hero.
 

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Hopefully Barrỷ is one of them, after all his records come to light!

The Star ^ | November 15, 2016

An estimated 30,000 Kenyan illegal immigrants are now at imminent risk of being deported from the USA back to Kenya.

On Sunday Donald Trump said that he wants to deport three million illegal immigrants "immediately" he becomes President in January.

There are around 11 million illegal immigrants in the USA who Trump threatened to deport while he was on the campaign trail. Many illegals were hoping that he would tone down after winning the election but it is now clear that Trump will not backtrack on his hardline immigration policy.

The International Organization for Migration in 2015 estimated in 2015 that 30,000 Kenyans are irregularly residing in the United States alone.

"These numbers are derived from visa admissions statistics and data from the US Census Bureau," the IOM report says.

The US Department of Homeland Security estimate that the number of illegal Kenyans in the US multiplied by seven between 1990 and 2013.

In 1990, undocumented Kenyans in the US were estimated to be 3,000, rising to 15,000 by 2000 and to 24,000 by 2013.

According to the US Census Bureau, there were an estimated 106,484 Kenyans residing in the US in 2013, including those there illegally.

At least 62,858 were in employment with most of the reminder in school or too young to be enrolled.

Half of the money sent to Kenya from the diaspora comes from the US and Canada.

According to Central Bank of Kenya data, Kenyans sent home around Sh165 billion in the year up to June 2016, with Sh85 billion of it coming from North America. Remittances are a bigger foreign exchange earner that tea, flowers, coffee or tourism.

Yesterday Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe offered little support to Kenyans facing deportation.

Kiraithe said that it was not part of "Kenya's national pride" for its citizens in foreign countries to "play hide and seek with the law."

"We are glad that he ( Trump) is targeting criminals. For the other Kenyans who might have reached there for whatever reason, we would urge them to stay within the legal system of the United States," Kiraithe said.

"You do not have to stay anywhere illegally. There are enough opportunities here," he said.

"There are many Kenyans who are farmers and others are herders and they are making it. So if someone cannot be accommodated legally in another country, the earlier they take a flight and come back home, the better," Kiraithe said.

Between 2009 and 2014, 3,050 Kenyan aliens were arrested in the US and 593 were deported.

In the same period, 34,233 Kenyans received US permanent residency. In 2014 alone 27,425 Kenyans visited the US for various reasons.

In that period, 49 Kenyans went to the US as refugees while 568 were received as asylum seekers.

The total number of undocumented Africans in the US is estimated at around 300,000 out of an estimated total of 11.4 million illegal immigrants who Trump wants to deport.

"What we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where a lot of these people, probably two million – it could be even three million – we are getting them out of the country or we are going to incarcerate," Trump told CBS News on Sunday.

Critics believe that Trump will be prevented by the legal system from deporting illegal immigrants in his effort to "Make America Great Again".

And his critics also argue that logistically it could take him 30 years to deport this first batch of three million illegals.

It is still not clear what Trump's foreign policy on Africa will be as he rarely mentioned it during his campaign.

However there is concerns that the warm relations that Kenya has enjoyed with the Obama administration may be under threat.
I wonder if Hussien Obama's estranged Kenyan brother who came out in support of Trump will serve in any capacity in the Trump administration. I would like to see him get that, after all, his own asshole brother Hussien wasn't really a "keeper of his own brother".
 

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