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they came in illegally they have to go out US president Donald Trump on Friday said US authorities will move ahead with the long promised arrest of at least two thousand immigrant families in sweeping nationwide raid starting on Sunday are they going to take people out are they going to bring them back to their countries final details were still in flux but the mass deportation plan has stirred outrage among Democrats and immigrant advocates who say it is so in fear and would rip apart families in a statement immigration and customs enforcement said quote all of those in violation of the immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest detention ended down removable by final order removal from the United States trump had warned about the operation since last month but reports said it was delayed due to disagreements within his administration representative Norma Torres of the congressional Hispanic caucus said she was concerned for communities I have been in touch with officials from school districts , local mayors , because they need to be prepared , children will come home , who would take care of them activists have staged protests around the country ahead of the raids with some mayors vowing not to cooperate with the roundups in Los Angeles the coalition for humane immigrant rights has been preparing for weeks coalition spokesperson Tessie Borden I think part of the intent is to sow chaos in our community part of the intent is to try to confuse people to to scare them to put them on edge we're focused on criminals as much as we get what we wanted , rates come amid rising anger about the administration's treatment in detention of immigrant families on the US Mexico border with the November twenty twenty elections coming into focus there is sparse hope on Capitol Hill that any plan to solve the issue will gather the momentum to make it through Congress