Failing, so far at least, to persuade Congress to pass his vision of immigration reform, President Obama has ordered the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to “conduct a review of practices” to ensure “we are carrying out these policies in the most humane way possible,”
DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson told ABC News this past week that his agency "pretty soon" will announce how it will "realign" deportation policies to "respect the security of the family unit."
“We’re still in the midst of the review. And I’m consulting a wide network of people. But I expect to have something pretty soon,” Johnson told ABC.