The supporters of the newly elected President of the United States have something in common with the British who voted in favour of Brexit. They are disturbed by the issue of immigration particularly the influx of illegal immigrants from Mexico (for USA) and Syria (for UK). The hard stance of Mr. Donald Trump against terrorism and illegal immigration probably did help him to gain victory in an election that the entire world was keenly looking at.
The newly elected President has already said that he does have plans to deport 2 to 3 million undocumented immigrants with criminal records from the USA straight away – and has insisted that he will construct a wall.
In his first extensive interview after winning the recent election Mr. Trump was seen reassuring his supporters that he will either deport or incarcerate up to 3 million ‘drug dealers’ and ‘gangsters’ in the USA.
This was a 60 minute interview on CBS and aired on Sunday (November 13) evening. The US President insisted that he will build the wall on the Mexico-USA border and it was a vital part of his presidential election campaign. He also said that once the border is secured, the immigration officers in US will ‘make a determination’ about the other immigrants staying without proper documents in the country.
The immigration lawyers in London, UK too understand the complexities of these issues and the parallel between it and the concerns in UK. They are therefore taking all care to process the immigration applications of only the genuine applicants for Britain.