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The Washington Post is reporting a couple of obscure names as the likely people to head USCIS and ICE. Readers who know more about these folks are encouraged to speak up:



Immigration Picks



Immigrant advocates say the White House and the Department of Homeland
Security have nearly finalized their choices to lead two major
immigration agencies. For DHS assistant secretary for Immigration and
Customs Enforcement, all signs point to
John T. Morton,
a career Justice Department official who has overseen complex
immigration and terrorism cases -- most recently as chief of the
Domestic Security Section.



For Citizenship and Immigration Services, sources tell our colleague
Spencer Hsu that Maryland Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez
appears to be the pick. Perez, a key player in Obama's transition, was
a top official in the Justice Department under President
Bill Clinton.

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  1. Jack's Avatar
    I don't know anything about them either but one has a Spanish surname which counts with the ethnic identity politics crowd. If he were up for ICE, they could then complain that he is betraying his own people.
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