Immigration Officers Arrest 98 in Texas, Oklahoma Operation

DALLAS (AP) — Federal officers have arrested 98 people in a Texas and Oklahoma immigration enforcement sweep that authorities say could lead to dozens of deportations. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Wednesday announced officers made 87 arrests in North Texas and 11...

Legal U.S. immigrants may be scared to sign up for benefits

By Aimee Picchi, CBS News The Trump administration’s immigration crackdown may be leading to an unintended consequence: a drop-off in benefits enrollment among legal Hispanic immigrants. An immigration program called Secure Communities, which was rolled out during the Obama...

US immigration crackdown disrupts businesses

By Courtney Weaver, Financial Times It started at Corso’s, an Ohio landscaping and gardening company, located near the Lake Erie shore. On June 5, beginning at 7am, 200 officials from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement and other agencies descended on the company’s two...

Confidential ICE Handbook Lays Out Paths for Investigators to Avoid Constitutional Challenges

By Eoin Higgins, The Intercept When U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents go after suspected violators of immigration and customs law, they do whatever they can to get consent from their targets. The idea is simple: By getting their targets’ consent, ICE agents can...
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