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Different US presidents usually have different view on the question of adopting illegal immigrants. Some, for example D.Trump are generally opposing immigration, some, like current POTUS J.Biden, are welcoming it. So, I consider, that deportation rate should also respond it.

Is there are any statistics on deportated illegal immigrants in the 21st century?

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  • Are you asking about legal immigration or illegal immigration? Those are very separate issues
    – divibisan
    Jun 9 at 14:23
  • @divibisan, illegal immigrants, I'll edit the question now Jun 9 at 14:28
  • What do you mean by "adoption"? It's not like illegal immigrants apply and are accepted or deported. They are, by definition, outside the system. There definitely could are statistics for deportation rates, and I bet you could find statistics for the number of people who enter or remain in the country (after visa expiration) illegally. But I don't know what you mean by "adoption" rate
    – divibisan
    Jun 9 at 14:48
  • Hmm. Interesting. Let's then consider only deportations Jun 9 at 14:50
  • A good answer would take into account how deportation rates are also dependent on arrival rates. Jun 9 at 16:25
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Here are some resources, from a simple google search. No endorsement of the sources is implied.

https://www.dhs.gov/immigration-statistics/yearbook/2017/table39

https://www.cato.org/blog/deportation-rates-historical-perspective

https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2020/03/02/how-border-apprehensions-ice-arrests-and-deportations-have-changed-under-trump/

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  • Link only answers are discouraged on stack exchange, both because they’re lazy (if you just copied links from a google search, what value is there in an answer) and because if the links break, then the answer will be useless. If you’re going to answer, please take the time to read your sources and summarize or at least comment on the key information.
    – divibisan
    Jun 10 at 18:56
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    @divibisan, I understand and agree, but would point out it's more of an answer (with actual sources) than anyone else bothered to give - i.e. currently the only answer. I invite you to edit and copy some of the data in there.
    – Pete W
    Jun 10 at 19:07
  • @PeteW in that case perhaps you should make the answer a community wiki.
    – phoog
    Jun 12 at 22:40
  • how do you do that?
    – Pete W
    Jun 13 at 13:58

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