U.S. Tells China to Take Back Immigrants

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chinaMore than 39,000 Chinese nationals—900 of them violent offenders—have formed a deportation backlog because authorities in Beijing won’t provide U.S. officials with the documents needed to send the undocumented immigrants home.

Reuters reports the standstill appeared to reach a resolution this summer when Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials arrested two dozen Chinese nationals for deportation—but the proof of citizenship necessary never materialized.

“They do not want these people back,” a U.S. government official suggested. Chinese authorities, on the other hand, are asking for help with fugitives fleeing corruption investigations there. Read more.

{CB Frommer-Matzav.com Newscenter}

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