US immigration begins raid in homes to fish out illegal Ghanaians

US immigration begins raid in homes to fish out illegal Ghanaians

Immigration authorities in the United States of American have began raiding homes in order to arrest illegal Ghanaians.

The United States of American in its quest to deport illegal migrants have began raiding homes to search for culprits.

According to the authorities, those living on US soil illegally will be deported to their various countries.

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In a report sighted on, US authorities have announced their beginning of the much-talked-about operation.

Some 7000 Ghanaians marked for deportation are part of people the US immigration authorities will be dealing with as it begins raiding some cities to arrest and deport individuals illegally residing in the country.

The US government has not hidden its feelings about the presence of illegal immigrants since Donald Trump took office as president.

Already the US has imposed visa restriction on some categories of government officials for refusing to accept some 7000 individuals marked for deportation to Ghana.

Ghana’s Ambassador to the US, Baffour Adjei Bawuah has argued that majority of those described as Ghanaians have failed to prove they indeed are Ghanaians.

But the US government did not buy that argument leading to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announcing the implementation of visa sanctions on Ghana in February.

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In a release dated January 31, 2019, the DHS explained that the sanctions are as a result of Ghana’s failure to accept its nationals that have been removed from the U.S.

“Ghana has failed to live up to its obligations under international law to accept the return of its nationals ordered removed from the United States,” Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen was quoted in the release.

“The United States routinely cooperates with foreign governments in documenting and accepting U.S. citizens when asked, as appropriate, as do the majority of countries in the world, but Ghana has failed to do so in this case," they added.

"We hope the Ghanaian government will work with us to reconcile these deficiencies quickly,” the Secretary of Homeland Security stressed.

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