ICE Workplace Investigations More Than Double

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that the number of workplace investigations it has conducted for illegal labor this year has already doubled the entire amount conducted last year. The results have been more arrests and more fines collected half way through this fiscal year than all of last. ICE reported that from Oct. […]

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U.S. Immigration Officials Round Up Dozens of Illegal Immigrants in Southern California, Many of Them Violent Felons, In Largest Sweep of the Year

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers took a total of 212 people into custody during a five-day immigration sweep at business sites in southern California this week.  In all, ICE officers inspected 122 businesses in a worksite enforcement operation around Los Angeles conducted from last Sunday to Thursday. Of the 212 immigrants taken into custody, […]

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Arrests of Both Criminal and Noncriminal Immigrants Up After First Year of Trump Administration

Arrests of noncriminal immigrants more than doubled last year under the Trump administration according to a new analysis by The Washington Post.  According to the report 37,734 noncriminal immigrants were detailed in 2017. Arrests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials of undocumented immigrants have increased by 40% in President Trump’s first year in office. The […]

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Washington State to No Longer Require Place-of-Birth Information to Obtain Driver’s Licenses

Washington state will no longer ask residents to list their place of birth on documents given to obtain driver’s licenses the state said.  The move comes after it was revealed that the state’s licensing department was providing residents’ personal information to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials that could be used to identify and deport immigrants […]

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