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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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Top U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Articles

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  • Immigration: Centers holding kids to be reviewed, but nothing changes for now

    Immigration: Centers holding kids to be reviewed, but nothing changes for now
    Federal immigration officials, facing a judge’s pending decision on the legality of the detention centers they use to house women and children, announced an intermediary step toward improving the conditions for its detainees. Nothing will change...
  • Hey, ICE, let the mothers with children go free

    Hey, ICE, let the mothers with children go free
    As the federal government struggled to handle the illicit flow of mothers and children, and children traveling alone, over the Mexican border last summer, it adopted several strategies, some of which made more sense (like trying to improve conditions in...
  • Family Rallies For Army Veteran Facing Deportation

    Family Rallies For Army Veteran Facing Deportation
    HARTFORD – The family of Army veteran Jorge Luis Salcedo of Glastonbury is appealing for help to keep him from being deported by immigration authorities. Immigration activists and Salcedo's family rallied outside the Legislative Office Building...
  • U.S. Army Veteran From Glastonbury Facing Deportation

    U.S. Army Veteran From Glastonbury Facing Deportation
    HARTFORD – Immigration activists rallied outside the Legislative Office Building Thursday to protest the planned deportation of U.S. Army veteran Jorge Luis Salcedo, a Glastonbury resident with a wife and two young daughters here. Salcedo was...
  • L.A. County ends contract with ICE, then OKs future collaboration

    L.A. County ends contract with ICE, then OKs future collaboration
    Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to end a controversial program that places immigration agents inside county jails to determine whether inmates are deportable. On a 3-2 vote, the Board of Supervisors severed the county’s contract with...
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  • New federal effort to deport criminal immigrants draws local skepticism

    New federal effort to deport criminal immigrants draws local skepticism
    As the Obama administration prepares to alter how it enforces immigration laws, top officials have been conducting weeks of shuttle diplomacy, touring the country to try to reenlist police chiefs and mayors in the cause of deporting people convicted of...
  • White House seeking support for deportations

    White House seeking support for deportations
    As the Obama administration prepares to change the way it enforces immigration laws, top officials have been conducting weeks of shuttle diplomacy, touring the country to try to re-enlist police chiefs and mayors in the cause of deporting people convicted...
  • Woman says Allentown arrest kept her from life as a sex slave

    Woman says Allentown arrest kept her from life as a sex slave
    A smile softened the young woman's somber face as she recalled the prostitution arrest that saved her life. The April 2013 bust in a South Whitehall Township motel wasn't the end of her ordeal. But it was the moment she made contact with the detective...
  • L.A. County poised to end jail partnership with U.S. immigration agents

    L.A. County poised to end jail partnership with U.S. immigration agents
    Los Angeles County leaders are poised to end a controversial program that places federal immigration agents inside county jails so they can determine whether inmates may be deportable. The Board of Supervisors is expected to vote Tuesday on a motion...