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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • Court orders feds to find and return deported mother and daughter from Guatemala

    WASHINGTON A U.S. Court of Appeals judge has ordered U.S. officials to intercept a mother and her 12-year-old daughter on plane Friday being deported to Guatemala and immediately return them to the United States. The 34-year-old mother, Ana, and her...
  • Woman says miscarried after shackled in immigration facility

    An asylum seeker from Mexico suffered a miscarriage after she tripped and fell while shackled in immigration detention, even though pregnant detainees are not supposed to be restrained, her lawyers said. Monserrat Ruiz was given a pregnancy test after...
  • Teen mom who attempted suicide speaks out after deportation

    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras In her first interview since being sent back to Honduras, the teenage mother who cut her wrist in U.S. custody described a dramatic six days in which, she said, she was taken from her young son, stripped naked in front of screaming...
  • ICE frees some migrant women, children; DHS chief says he'll visit Texas facility

    WASHINGTON Federal officials have released at least a half-dozen detained mothers and their children from a south Texas detention center as scrutiny of the Obama administration's family detention program escalates. On Friday, Homeland Security...
  • Report: Immigrant quotas benefit for-profit prison operators

    Minimum occupancy quotas at immigrant detention facilities nationwide benefit for-profit prison operators by guaranteeing the government pays for thousands of detainees, regardless of whether those spots are filled, according to a new report by a group...
  • Madres inmigrantes serán liberadas pero la mayoría seguirán detenidas

    Madres inmigrantes serán liberadas pero la mayoría seguirán detenidas
    Con la presión aumentando para que la administración de Obama mejore o elimine la detención de las familias inmigrantes, los funcionarios acordaron liberar bajo fianza por lo menos a media docena de madres inmigrantes, algunas de las cuales habían...
  • In Texas, volunteers rally to help immigrants and their children

    In Texas, volunteers rally to help immigrants and their children
    An immigrant mother and her small son walked into the Greyhound bus station last week, newly released from federal detention. She carried their few belongings in a clear plastic bag labeled "Homeland Security." Four more mothers followed, all from...
  • Homeland chief to tour immigrant family detention center that critics call a prison

    Homeland chief to tour immigrant family detention center that critics call a prison
    Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is scheduled on Monday to visit one of the nation’s three immigration detention centers for families, which have drawn criticism from advocates and members of Congress in recent weeks. The facility, Karnes...
  • Are feds deliberately delaying migration deal to keep kids, mothers behind bars?

    WASHINGTON Secret talks over the fate of the Obama administration's family detention program may be breaking down, meaning many migrant mothers and children could remain locked up for the foreseeable future. A critical opinion by a federal judge that the...
  • Feeling the sonic rush at the Ojai Music Festival

     Feeling the sonic rush at the Ojai Music Festival
    The first major work in Western music for percussion ensemble, Edgar Varèse's 1931 "Ionization" instigated the percussion revolution in modern music. But Thursday night at the Ojai Music Festival, this year's music director, percussionist and conductor...
  • Ya había pagado su deuda con la ley, pero 14 años después ICE quiere deportarlo

    Ya había pagado su deuda con la ley, pero 14 años después ICE quiere deportarlo
    José Francisco González recuerda que eran las seis y media de la mañana del 9 de abril de 2014 cuando más de 30 oficiales de inmigración y policías de la ciudad de Placentia arribaron a su departamento.  “No me mostraron ninguna orden de arresto,...