By Jasmine Aguilera, Time

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is claiming the legal power to expedite the deportation of undocumented immigrants anywhere in the United States who can’t prove they’ve been in the country continuously for two years, potentially deporting people before they’ve had the chance to see a judge.

The policy change was announced Monday by DHS secretary Kevin McAleenan, and enacted on Tuesday. Previously, the only undocumented immigrants who qualified for expedited removal were those who were caught within two weeks of entering the country and within 100 miles of the border.

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Some Undocumented Immigrants Are Now Subject to ‘Expedited Removal.’ Here’s What to Know