Federal agents conduct immigration enforcement raids in at least six states

U.S. immigration authorities made a series of arrests in at least half a dozen states across the country on Thursday and Friday, sweeping up an unknown number of undocumented immigrants, immigration lawyers and advocates said.

The raids, which appeared to target scores of people, including those without criminal records, mark the first largescale episode of immigration enforcement inside the United States since President Trump’s Jan. 26 order to crack down on the estimated 11 million immigrants living here illegally. Immigration lawyers and advocates said some of the enforcement efforts included traffic stops and checkpoints, though Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials disputed those accounts, saying the agency does not use checkpoints while engaging in targeted enforcement operations.

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4 thoughts on “Federal agents conduct immigration enforcement raids in at least six states”

  1. I think the real problems are overpopulation and our financial/economic system. What shall you do, if you have no job and your country has not enough money to support you?

    I am sure Trump is neither capable nor willing to change the system. It is much more easier to keep this system and to arrest immigrants. But this will certainly not solve our problems on Earth.

  2. I lived in various parts of Los Angeles like El Monte, San Gabriel, East Los Angeles ect for over 20 years living among these Illegals. will not break my Heart to see them get deported.

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