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US ICE Arrests and Deportations From the Interior U.S. Drop in 2019

06:05  12 december  2019
06:05  12 december  2019 Source:   usnews.com

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ICE deported nearly 86,000 immigrants from the interior of the county during fiscal 2019 , which ended Sept. 30 – almost a 10% drop from fiscal 2018. Arrests by ICE also dropped about 10% compared to fiscal 2018, totaling about 143,000 in 2019 . The dip is a result of the redistribution of resources to

apprehensions, interior arrests and deportations – based on the latest available full-year statistics from Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Immigration from the government, the analysis includes public opinion data from Pew Research Center surveys conducted online and on the phone in 2019 .

Authorities deported fewer immigrants from the interior U.S. in 2019 compared to last year and arrests also declined, according to data released Wednesday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents arrested alleged immigration violators at Fresh Mark, Salem, June 19, 2018. Image courtesy ICE ICE / U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)© Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images US Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents arrested alleged immigration violators at Fresh Mark, Salem, June 19, 2018. Image courtesy ICE ICE / U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)

ICE deported nearly 86,000 immigrants from the interior of the county during fiscal 2019, which ended Sept. 30 – almost a 10% drop from fiscal 2018. Overall deportations increased, however, though the majority of cases involved immigrants apprehended by Customs and Border Protection at the southern border and turned over to ICE before being sent back to their home countries.

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In FY 2019 , ICE ’ s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers arrested approximately ERO enforces U . S . immigration law and primarily arrests aliens for civil violations of U . S . immigration law. ICE removals include both aliens arrested by ERO in the interior of the country and aliens who were

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Arrests by ICE also dropped about 10% compared to fiscal 2018, totaling about 143,000 in 2019.

The dip is a result of the redistribution of resources to the southern border, where migrants arrived this year in numbers not seen in over a decade, Matthew T. Albence, acting head of ICE, said. Hundreds of ICE officers were reassigned to the border over the last year to help with immigration enforcement there.

Officials have lamented for months that the situation at the border was sapping resources from other areas of the country and stymying the Trump administration's efforts to crack down on illegal immigration in the interior.

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ICE acting director Matthew Albence said at a news conference in Jackson, Miss., that some of those arrested will be prosecuted for crimes, others will be swiftly deported , and some will be released Albence said the raids were part of normal ICE operations that seek to enforce U . S . immigration laws.

ICE agents can arrest people they discover to be in the U . S . illegally while searching for people on their target list. People who answer ICE agents’ questions about someone else sometimes end up arrested themselves. In one case in Houston last year, a young father of five was arrested in the parking lot of

Trump vowed in a June tweet that immigration officials would within days execute an enforcement operation in U.S. cities that would result in the removal of "millions" of immigrants in the country illegally. The threat sparked fear in immigrant communities and sent families and political leaders scrambling. Authorities in August did conduct a high-profile raid at a group of Mississippi food-processing plants that resulted in some 680 arrests and was said to be the largest such action in a decade. But mass enforcement operations on the scale the president suggested never materialized.

The administration has said it focuses on deporting criminals, but the number of deportations of immigrants convicted of a crime – including traffic violations and some immigration violations – dropped 12% from last year. About 56% of all immigrants deported had been convicted of a crime. Of deportations from the interior of the U.S., 75% were of convicted criminals.

In a call with reporters, Albence also denounced so-called sanctuary cities where local law enforcement declines to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. He said such jurisdictions affect the ability of ICE to enforce immigration laws.

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