Will US force undocumented immigrants for self deportation?

Seems like things for undocumented immigrants in USA, Canada or Britain are going to be tough in times to come. The anti immigration steam has picked up so much that even if Trump loses the US presidential election

Now senator Jeff Sessions said in an interview on CNN that if elected, Trump would introduce self deportation policy for undocumented immigrants

Who would opt for Self Deportation and what are incentives for self deportation- Unlike the undocumented immigrants who are forcibly deported and no more stay eligible to apply for immigration for years together, those who opt for self deportation would be eligible to apply for immigration once they reach in home country.

USA will not go for house to house search to deport illegal immigrants but would have incentives for self deportation and reward to inform illegal immigrants.

USA with Trump will not for house to house search for identifying immigrants and rather would introduce scheme that would encourage legal immigration. He also hinted that reward scheme for informing illegal immigrant would be made more lucrative

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No Amnesty for undocumented Immigrants- Undocumented immigrants would not get any amnesty any more in USA as Sessions said. “That’s where he is. But you cannot ask the American people to provide any kind of amnesty, until you’ve assured them that the illegality is over.” Interest and security of American people is paramount and would be protected at all costs

Sessions, who has been one of Congress’ foremost voices in the battle to secure the borders and discourage illegal immigration, said he believes that Trump has the “drive” to change America’s immigration system.

One thing is clear, whether Trump wins or loses, immigration reforms discussions is going to stay as hot topic in USA. If you need to complete your documents for immigration, act fast, and hire a best immigration solicitor in USA to help you get legal immigrant status.