'Dreamers' In Military Won't Face Deportation, Says Defense Secretary MattisJim Mattis said he confirmed that the nearly 850 immigrants currently serving in the military or waiting to start basic training won't face deportation.
Supporters Of Veteran Detained By ICE Ask IL Governor For HelpMiguel Perez is an Army veteran and a green card holder who has served time for a felony drug conviction.
ICE Formalizes Plans For Courthouse ArrestsICE said it will enter courthouses only to capture specific targets, like convicted criminals, gang members, public safety threats and immigrants who have been previously deported or ordered to leave.
Dad, Coach Detained By ICE Has Been ReleasedAuthorities detained Raymond Torres after he dropped his son off at school Jan. 11.
Sylmar Dad Detained By Ice Is Back Home With His Family -- For Now
Federal Agents May Have A New Way To Find And Arrest The UndocumentedIf ICE is looking for a person and knows what car they're driving they may soon be able to track them through their license plate.
Fundraiser Held For Dad Who Faces Deportation After Being Picked Up By ICE"You guys are breaking up families and it's not fair," Araceli Galvez said choking back tears.
Lawyer: ICE Unjustly Holding Award-Winning Mexican ReporterAn attorney for Emilio Gutierrez Soto says U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials want to discredit the award-winning journalist.
Father Of 2 Deported After 30 Years In US, Barred From Entering Country For 10 YearsJorge Garcia, whose wife and children are all U.S. citizens, came to the U.S. with his family when he was 10 years old.
Claiming ICE Detained Him Because Of 'Latino Appearance,' ACLU Files Motion To Prevent Deportation Of MechanicSecurity footage shows six ICE agents entering a South L.A. mechanic shop with guns drawn before asking the men there any questions.
Detained By US, Mexican Journalist Fears Death If DeportedEmilio Gutierrez Soto fled to the United States a decade ago after articles he wrote alleging corruption in the Mexican military caused his name to land on a hit list.
Border Arrests Plunge, Deportation Arrests SoarNumbers released Tuesday show the Border Patrol made nearly 311,000 arrests during the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, a decline of 25 percent from a year earlier and the lowest level since 1971.

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