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7/14/2019

美国男子持枪袭击移民与海关执法局,被击毙

随着川普宣布美国正式开始百万非法移民驱离行动,美国移民与海关执法局在各地的机构都开始行动起来。而随着他们行动的开始实施,有大量的人员前来这些地区进行抗议和集会。

不仅如此,还有一些极端分子,开始持枪攻击移民与海关执法局。

美国华盛顿州塔科马一个移民拘留中心被一名持枪男子袭击,这名男子携带了投掷燃烧装置。引燃了美国移民与海关执法局西北拘留中心停车场的一辆车,还试图将建筑物点燃。

随后,这名男子被美国警方包围。在持续喊话结束之后,现场的警察将其击毙,所有的警察都开了枪。 





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7/14/2019

大搜捕開始 餐飲業不安 恐員工不上班 缺工更嚴重


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移民及海關執法局(ICE)將在周日開始驅逐無證移民,圖為ICE探員去年在維州突擊逮捕無證移民。(美聯社)

全國餐飲業即將面臨移民及海關執法局(ICE)本周末開始的逮捕無證客行動,餐飲業者及其勞工擁護者希望當局此舉不會影響已經缺工的產業,或擴大調查不在川普政府遣返名單之列的員工。

各地餐飲業工會和移民擁護者紛紛寄發電郵,提醒會員和勞工如何因應上門查檢的ICE探員;各單位發出類似訊息,提供雇主和員工面對ICE突襲可做和不可做的事,強調ICE探員必須持有已簽署的司法搜索票,才能進入工作場所,且當事人有權保持緘默。

「餐廳機會聯合中心」(ROC United)總裁莎露‧賈亞拉曼(Saru Jayaraman)說,當局提前宣布ICE突襲是為了製造恐慌,突襲行動將在明確的十大城展開,也會在隨機地點出現,這讓員工相當焦慮。

她說,雇員可能會直接離開工作地點,影響餐廳營運。

她說:「每次這種威脅加劇,員工都不會來上班,這已非頭一遭,每次不僅傷害員工及其家庭,也危害業者和顧客。」

餐飲業很容易受到移民執法行動影響,丕優研究中心(Pew Research)統計,「娛樂與醫療」產業中約有130萬名黑工,約占總勞動人數的8%。

聚焦餐廳產業的行動支付新創公司Rooam的芝加哥行銷主任馬德琳‧提洛森(Madeleine Tillotson)說:「我賭兩周薪水,每個超過20人的餐廳至少會有一名無證員工。」

移民及海關執法局(ICE)最近查緝的對象不僅只於遭鎖定的目標;ICE於4月鎖定在印地安納州克勞福茲維爾市(Crawfordsville)餐廳工作的42歲墨西哥男子,他有性侵和家暴前科;聯邦探員當時將他與另六名餐廳員工逮捕歸案,稱此為「附帶逮捕」非法移工。

ICE早在1月便盯上紐約查塔姆(Chatham)的一間餐廳,據報原要緝拿一名有前科的瓜地馬拉男子,但「官員直接走進廚房盤問員工的移民狀態,多逮了三人,包括一名原本沒有要抓的目標。」

餐廳業者擔心,ICE官員將與聯邦社會安全署(SSA)合作;SSA自3月起便以電郵通知業者,社會安全碼不符合的員工名單;餐廳業者憂心,ICE可能針對這些社安碼不符的員工。

大休士頓餐館業協會(GHRA)執行董事梅麗莎‧史都華(Melissa Stewart)說,「這類信件相當常見,且理由一大籮筐」,可能是業務疏失,但也不排除無證移民的可能。






7/05/2019

ICE removes 37 Cambodian nationals


WASHINGTON –  Thirty-seven Cambodian nationals, most convicted criminals, were repatriated to Cambodia, Tuesday, in accordance with their final removal orders following immigration court proceedings.

Among these 37 individuals were 35 convicted criminals, who traveled via a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) ICE Air Operations flight from Dallas, Texas to their home country.

Their combined criminal convictions include: three counts of murder, two counts of rape, two counts of aggravated assault, five counts of aggravated assault with a weapon, two counts of assault, sexual assault,  three counts of attempted murder, burglary, child abuse, lewd act on a minor, driving under the influence, larceny, stolen property, two counts of firearm possession, two weapon offenses, traffic offence, forgery, three counts of robbery, resisting arrest, auto theft, and seven drug convictions.

“ERO carries out its mission to remove aliens who present a danger to national security or are a risk to public safety, as well as those who undermine the integrity of our immigration laws with the utmost professionalism daily, and often in the face of adversity,” said Acting Assistant Director for Removals, Jeffrey Lynch. “This most recent removal flight took 35 criminals, many convicted of the most heinous possible crimes, off our streets and made our communities safer.”

The flight arrived in Phnom Penh, Thursday, July 4, where the Cambodian nationals were turned over to Cambodian authorities.

As a result of ICE’s continued diplomatic efforts in coordination with our partners at the Department of State, the implementation of visa sanctions, and the tireless efforts of the ERO Removals Division, removals to Cambodia increased 279% from Fiscal Year 2017 to Fiscal Year 2018. However, there are still approximately 1,900 Cambodian nationals present in the United States with a final order of removal, of whom almost 1,400 are convicted criminals.







5/17/2019

ICE arrests 12 illegal aliens in Maryland during surge enforcement effort

BALTIMORE – On Thursday, officers with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Baltimore Field Office concluded a four-day surge enforcement action from May 13-16 netting 12 arrests.

The individuals were arrested for violating U.S. immigration laws in accordance with the Immigration and Nationality Act. Those targeted for arrest had been issued final orders of removal within the past five years and had criminal histories or pending criminal charges.

“Today’s announcement reflects the agency’s commitment to enforcing our immigration laws in an orderly and logical manner as we experience increasing strain on our limited resources,” said Baltimore Field Office Director (FOD) Diane Witte. “The illegal aliens targeted for arrest today came to the attention of our fugitive operations teams by way of the criminal justice system, and by nature of their outstanding orders of removal.”

The arrestees (11 men, one woman) included nationals from the following six countries: El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Mexico and Zimbabwe. 

ICE conducts targeted immigration enforcement in compliance with federal law and agency policy.




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During targeted enforcement operations, ICE officers frequently encounter additional individuals who may be in the United States in violation of federal immigration laws. Those persons will be evaluated on a case by case basis for enforcement action.

“Operating in an environment with increasingly limited cooperation from local jurisdictions creates an equally increasing need to arrest fugitives within the communities in which they live and work. When  illegal criminal aliens are released from jails into the community despite the presence of an ICE detainer, we see the compromise of public safety and officer safety, as well as the potential for encountering additional individuals previously unknown to ICE who are illegally present in the United States,” said FOD Witte.

ICE no longer exempts classes or categories of removable aliens from potential enforcement. All of those in violation of the immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest, detention, and if found removable by final order, removal from the United States.



    
   
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Officers continue to execute the enforcement mission with the same level of professionalism and respect that ICE officers and agents are committed to exhibiting every day.

Editor’s Note: The arrest statistics provided in this news release represent preliminary data that has been manually reported by an ICE Field Office and may vary from official agency metrics contained in ICE’s system of record. Because ICE’s official metrics are reported by Area of Responsibility (AOR), they may differ in content and level of detail from data that has been manually reported by a Field Office.


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5/17/2019

ICE arrests 13 in 4-day NJ surge effort

Agency targets fugitive aliens and those with criminal offenses

NEWARK, N.J. — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested 13 immigration violators in New Jersey during a 4-day surge effort that targeted aliens who have been issued a final order of removal in the past five years, have failed to depart the United States, and have received criminal convictions or have pending criminal charges.

“As this operation clearly demonstrates, ICE continues to focus its efforts first on public safety threats,” said ERO Newark Field Office Director John Tsoukaris. “The vast majority of the individuals targeted in this effort have criminal offenses in addition to their immigration violations, making them among the highest priority for enforcement.”

On May 13, 2019, ICE arrested an unlawfully present citizen of El Salvador, with prior convictions for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon/bodily injury.

On May 14, 2019, ICE arrested an unlawfully present citizen of Ecuador, who has a pending assault / domestic violence charge.



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On May 15, 2019, ICE arrested an unlawfully present citizen of Jamaica, who has a prior firearms-related offense. 

On May 16, 2019, ICE arrested an unlawfully present citizen of Mexico who has a pending simple assault/domestic violence charge and two DUI convictions. 

All four individuals have been ordered removed by a federal immigration judge. 

Some of the individuals arrested during this operation will face federal criminal prosecution for illegal re-entry after removal. The arrestees who are not being federally prosecuted will be processed administratively for removal from the United States. Those who have outstanding orders of removal, or who returned to the United States illegally after being removed, are generally subject to immediate removal from the country. The remaining individuals are in ICE custody awaiting a hearing before an immigration judge or pending travel arrangements for removal. 



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In FY2018, ERO arrested 158,581 aliens, 90% of whom had criminal convictions (66%), pending criminal charges (21%), or previously issued final orders of removal (3%). The overall arrest figure represents an 11% increase over FY2017. In FY2018, ERO removed 256,086 illegal aliens, reflecting an increase of 13% over FY2017. The majority of removals (57%) were convicted criminals. Additionally, 5,914 of the removed illegal aliens were classified as either known or suspected gang members or terrorists, which is a 9% increase over FY2017.

Editor’s Note: The arrest statistics provided in this news release represent preliminary data that has been manually reported by an ICE Field Office and may vary from official agency metrics contained in ICE’s system of record. Because ICE’s official metrics are reported by Area of Responsibility (AOR), they may differ in content and level of detail from data that has been manually reported by a Field Office.


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5/17/2019

ICE New Orleans arrests 33 during week-long fugitive, criminal alien surge


NEW ORLEANS – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) New Orleans Field Office arrested more than 30 unlawfully present foreign nationals during a four-day targeted enforcement surge this week focused on persons ordered removed from the U.S. within the last five years who also have criminal convictions or pending charges.

According to preliminary arrest statistics, the field office made 33 at-large arrests May 13-16 across its area of operations. Of the 33 arrests, 22 have prior criminal convictions or pending criminal charges; 23 were either previously deported or have outstanding removal orders issued by the courts. Nine arrests took place in metro New Orleans, 12 in Alabama, eight in Arkansas and four in Tennessee. 

Of the 33 aliens arrested during this enforcement surge, 10 have prior criminal convictions and 12 are currently facing pending criminal charges. Additionally, 15 are immigration fugitives previously ordered removed from the U.S. by a federal immigration judge and 8 are illegal reentrants previously deported from the U.S. who subsequently illegally reentered the country – illegally reentering the U.S. after removal is a felony act under federal law and these persons could potentially face federal criminal prosecution prior to being removed again from the U.S.

  

“These arrests are an excellent example of ICE’s ongoing focus toward unlawfully present foreign nationals who commit criminal offenses as well as those who threaten the integrity of our nation’s immigration system,” said ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations New Orleans Acting Field Office Director Trey Lund. “Despite attempts by some to confuse the public, ICE does not conduct any type of random or indiscriminate enforcement and the agency’s targeted enforcement efforts make communities safer for all persons whatever their immigration status may be.”


Following are examples of persons arrested during this enforcement surge:

  • On May 13 the ICE New Orleans field office arrested an unlawfully present Honduran national in metro Birmingham who illegally reentered the U.S. multiple times after being removed in August 2018, August 2013 and March 2004. The subject is currently facing criminal domestic violence charges pursuant to an instance in which he is accused of choking the victim.
  • On May 14 the ICE New Orleans field office arrested an unlawfully present Honduran national in metro New Orleans with an outstanding removal order and an October 2015 battery conviction pursuant to his arrest for battery on a law enforcement officer. The subject also has an August 2007 conviction for violating a protective order and an April 2001 DUI conviction.
  • On May 14 the ICE New Orleans field office arrested an unlawfully present Guatemalan national in Little Rock who illegally reentered the U.S. after he was removed in May 2014 following his arrest for domestic battery in March 2014.
  • On May 15 the ICE New Orleans field office arrested an unlawfully present Mexican national in Memphis with an outstanding removal order and two prior DUI convictions from June 2005 and November 2001. Subject also has a federal conviction for illegal entry into the U.S. from April 2007.

During the 2018 Fiscal Year the ICE New Orleans field office arrested a total of 10,270 removable foreign nationals on administrative immigration violations. Of those, 89 percent had either a prior criminal conviction or pending criminal charge. These stats make clear that ICE focuses its limited enforcement resources first and foremost toward criminal offenders, as well as a focus on individuals who pose a threat to national security, public safety and border security.





ICE conducts targeted immigration enforcement in full compliance with federal law and agency policy. ICE does not conduct any type of sweeps or raids that would target aliens indiscriminately.

In FY2018, ICE nationally arrested 158,581 aliens, 90% of whom had criminal convictions (66%), pending criminal charges (21%), or previously issued final orders of removal (3%). The agency’s overall arrest totals represented an 11% increase over FY2017. In FY2018, ERO removed 256,086 illegal aliens, reflecting an increase of 13% over FY2017. The majority of removals (57%) were convicted criminals. Additionally, 5,914 of the removed illegal aliens were classified as either known or suspected gang members or terrorists, which is a 9% increase over FY2017.

Editor’s Note: The arrest statistics provided in this news release represent preliminary data that has been manually reported by an ICE Field Office and may vary from official agency metrics contained in ICE’s system of record. Because ICE’s official metrics are reported by Area of Responsibility (AOR), they may differ in content and level of detail from data that has been manually reported by a Field Office.













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