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Trump may Rapid move US-Mexico wall: By Kris Kobach

Trump may Rapid move US-Mexico wall: By Kris Kobach


NEW YORK / WASHINGTON - an architect of the anti-immigration efforts he is president-elect Donald Trump suggested that the new administration immediately push forward quickly to build a US-Mexico border wall without the approval of Congress we can say.

By the Secretary of State of Kansas Kris Kobach, who else helped to tighten immigration laws in Arizona and, in an interview Trump policy adviser to a proposal to consider them to restore a registry for immigrants from Muslim countries the draft was discussed.

In Kobach, who is a key member of Trump's transition team said that the media reports, regular conference calls with the trump immigration advisers about a dozen for the last two to three months, he took part.

Trump's transition team did not respond to requests for confirmation of the role of Kobach. President-elect specific recommendations of the Advisory Group is not committed to following.

Trump, Democrat Hillary Clinton has made building a wall on the central issue of US Mexico border campaign, scored an upset victory win last week and promised to speed up immigration enforcement against the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country What is it. He also said he favored entering the United States as a national security measure "a review of the Muslims".

Kobach immigration group that had discussed the draft executive orders to review the newly elected president told Reuters last Friday "to Trump and Homeland Security Department hit the ground running."

Some believe a national registry is in the United States on a visa in order to implement the call Trump for "Extreme review" immigrants, Kobach immigration group of immigrants and visitors to those countries where extremist groups are active I can suggest maintenance.

After September 11, 2001 Court of Republican President George W. serve in Bush's Department of Kobach, the program, the United States by al-Qaeda that helped to design known as Exit Registration System the National Security Entry militants attacks.

NSEERS people from countries under the "higher risk" concept needed to investigate and fingerprint go to the United States. Active militants attacked 16-year-old male American citizens threats of some countries to personally register in government offices and periodically check the brake was needed.

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Kobach immigration advisers were looking at how we can move quickly to the Department of Homeland Security's border wall construction without approval from Congress by reappropriating existing funds in the current budget. He acknowledged that "this will require additional appropriations for the financial year."

Is controlled by Congress, Trump fellow Republican, DHS funds may object to redirecting designated for other purposes.

HELPED DRAFT TOUGH ARIZONA LAW

Kobach after drafting laws and legal action has worked with partners across the United States to crack down on illegal immigration.

In 2010, he helped the need for state and local officials to check the immigration status of the police investigation an Arizona law that prevented people drafted. Extreme Spanish and was opposed by civil rights groups, law, section 2011 was hit by the US Supreme Court.

Kobach was a 2013 Kansas law when registering for the first time, such as birth certificate or US passport architect requires voters to provide proof of citizenship documents. A US court has blocked the law after challenges from civil rights groups.

Trump CBS ' "60 Minutes" once he took office that Sunday, he said in an interview on criminal records that will remove non-immigrants in the country illegally.

Kobach Immigration Group President Barack Obama's 2012 executive action more than 700,000 undocumented immigrants, or "dreamers" illegal immigrant children, as the United States and work for temporary deportation relief coming Permits granted was discussed overturning practices.

(Editing by Sue Horton and Peter Cooney; Lawrence Edwards Julia Hurley reporting by Mica Rosenberg in Washington and in New York, additional reporting Washington)