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  1. ICE Deportations Only Half Levels of Five Years Ago

    by , 06-05-2018 at 10:24 AM (Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal)
    Via Syracuse University's TRAC:

    Newly released Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data-updated through October 2017- provide case-by-case details on each ICE deportation[1]. In general, as shown in Figure 1, ICE deportations have dropped by almost half during the last five years. While there is month-to-month variability, the number deported also has continued to decline since January 2017 when President Trump assumed office. In October 2012, ICE deported 34,543 individuals. By December 2016 that figure had declined to 20,833. And by October 2017 ICE recorded only 18,428 individuals were deported.



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  2. Immigrant Army Recruit Faces Deportation Despite Assurances by Mattis

    by , 06-05-2018 at 10:06 AM (Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal)


    Via Stars & Stripes:

    Immigration authorities began deportation proceedings Monday against a foreign-born military recruit despite a statement by the defense secretary and a new law aimed at protecting foreign recruits and veterans.

    Luo Shu, a Chinese citizen who graduated with a degree in data analytics from George Washington University, was recruited into the Army’s delayed entry program two years ago for his language and professional skills. He was arrested at the Department of Homeland Security Investigations office in Newark, N.J., on Monday after an Army administrative error allowed his service contract to expire before he could pass the Defense Department background checks and ship off to basic training, his lawyer said.


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