When in July the Trump administration announced a wave of raids nationwide to arrest foreigners with deportation orders, many immigrants moved out of state or hid within the system so as not to be located by the authorities.
It was the Immigration and Customs Office itself (ICE) that warned that all foreigners "who violate immigration laws are subject to arrest and detention" and who have a final deportation order "will be deported from the United States."
"As always, ICE prioritizes the arrest and deportation of illegally present foreigners who pose a threat to national security, public safety and border security," said Matthew Bourke, an ICE spokesperson.RELATED
While the agency does not respond for the type or class of immigrants who are targeted for operations or raids, lawyers reiterate that having a final deportation order does not mean that the person lost any opportunity to live legally in the United States, “because there may be resources available legal, but you have to go for them. ”
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