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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Homeland Safety Division is about to launch an workplace for American victims of immigrant crime.
The Victims of Immigrant Crime Engagement, or VOICE, opens Wednesday and is meant to maintain victims knowledgeable of the immigration proceedings of suspects.
Critics have argued that such an workplace is misguided partially as a result of a number of research present that immigrants are much less more likely to commit crime than native-born U.S. residents.
President Donald Trump introduced the workplace in his speech to Congress in February. The workplace’s creation was additionally a part of an government order aimed toward combating unlawful immigration.
Trump’s robust strategy to unlawful immigration was the core difficulty of his marketing campaign. The workplace’s opening comes as his administration is highlighting his accomplishments as he approaches the one hundred-day marker of his presidency.
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