How many families in the US might be affected by Trump’s promises to mass deport? 

How many families in the US might be affected by Trump’s promises to mass deport_

Former President Donald Trump is sticking to his campaign promise to launch the “largest domestic deportation operation in U.S.  

History” that could separate millions of American families, both citizens and non-citizens.  

Undocumented immigrants live in his 4.  

4% of households nationwide.  

Among states, California, Nevada, and Texas accounted for the largest share, each at nearly double the national rate.  

Although President Trump has frequently referred to immigrants who have recently crossed the border into the United States, the reality is that most illegal immigrants have deep roots in this country, and operations against them have a negative impact on American society.  

It will have a significant impact.  

According to Pew Research, approximately 20 million people live in households with mixed immigration status, of which approximately 10.  

Three million are undocumented, and the remaining 9.  

Seven million have legal status, according to the U.S.  

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data.  

Nationals or other immigrants.  

Most illegal immigrants stay an average of 16 years, but that number varies by state.  

In California, the average duration is 20.  

Three years.  

According to data, there are approximately 825,000 undocumented children under the age of 17 in the United States.  

Additionally, there are more than 3.  

Four million illegal immigrants in this country who have U.S.  

-born children under the age of 18.  

Mass deportation of illegal immigrants means deporting some families and leaving behind others, including millions of children and other U.S.  

-born or naturalized families.  

Some citizens may be forced to evacuate or have no choice but to follow their families.  

President Trump has said there are between 15 million and 20 million illegal aliens in the United States, based on figures often cited by immigration restriction groups.  

However, the Pew Research Center, which doesn’t take sides on policy and policy issues as much as other institutions, estimates that there were about 10.  

President Trump’s spokesperson previously told The Washington Post that Americans can expect President Trump to reinstate all previous immigration policies and take entirely new measures as soon as he returns to the Oval Office.

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