Tag Archives: ICE

Controversial Fingerprint-Sharing Program

A computer programmer is suing the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security after finger-printing program incorrectly identified him as an Illegal Immigrant and was detained in a maximum-security prison. When James Makowski, a Chicago-area resident who repairs computer networks … Continue reading

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US Immigration Boost Deportation of Criminal

Nearly 25 percent (150 agents) of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers from desks and backroom jobs agents tasked include to finding and deporting illegal immigrants with criminal records across the country. Last fiscal year, the government spent $120.9 … Continue reading

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80 Illegal immigrant arrested in “Cross-Check” Operations by ICE

Georgia’s governor on Friday signed a tough new state law cracking down on illegal immigrants that is similar to one enacted in Arizona last year, handing new powers to police in the southern US state. The law authorises police in … Continue reading

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US Immigration Update on Secure Communities

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) quietly announced last week that it is changing its Secure Communities program to better meet the Administration’s enforcement priorities. The announcement came in the form of a 19-page report ICE released to address a … Continue reading

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Undocumented Immigrant Ready to Leave, Get Detained

Kalsum Pangkey, a 56-year-old undocumented immigrant from Indonesia, went to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office on April 25 to report that she was ready to leave the U.S. and pay her way back to her country. The authorities locked … Continue reading

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