The Trump administration is encouraged by reports that border crossings of undocumented immigrants dropped sharply over the past few months.
Apprehensions of illegals at the border dropped to 16,600, down 30 percent since February and 64 percent from a year ago under the previous administration.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is taking aim at illegals from Mexico, Central and South America and Indian technology workers in Silicon Valley.
Judges and police have been ordered to crack down on all illegal immigrants. Immigrants without papers are being rounded up wherever officials can find them, including in courthouses and on college campuses.
Even undocumented immigrants who have been in this country for decades and own homes and businesses are being rounded up.
More facilities are under construction to house undocumented immigrants who will be deported after they've had their day in court.
Hiring standards for border agents, including physical fitness requirements, have been lowered to increase their ranks, and more judges are being brought in to various cities and counties to handle the growing backlog of cases.
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There are an estimated 11 million people living in the United States illegally. President Donald Trump came into office promising to decrease that number.
"For those that continue to seek improper and illegal entry into this country, be forewarned: This is a new era. This is the Trump era," Attorney General Jeff Sessions said during a meeting with border agents on Tuesday.