WASHINGTON, DC - The Obama Administration says changes are coming “pretty soon” on immigration enforcement.
No exact date was given.
The changes involve remodeling current enforcement of national immigration laws and possibly re-assessing deportation policies.
In an interview with ABC News’ “This Week,” Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said, "We have an immigration system in this country that is not working."
He also hit back at his critics. “I don't understand those who say we aren't enforcing the law. We are enforcing the law every day,” Johnson said.
He went on to say new laws need to consider families who are often separated because of deportation.