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the deportation of the Jews from Spain in 1492
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The number of deportations to Mexico jumped from 433 last year to 719 this year as of Tuesday.
Even as deportations have declined, arrests of undocumented immigrants by ICE agents increased 37 percent in the first six months of the year, compared with the same period last year.
Afraid that the withdrawal would expose him to deportation, German—an Argentine citizen in the United States on a student visa—filed an emergency motion with the court after he was put on probation.
Activists say the Trump administration is now prioritizing the deportation of immigrants for a wide variety of criminal offenses big and small.
Instead of heading home to Chicago from prison, Perez was placed in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and transferred to a Wisconsin detention center for immigrants awaiting deportation.
When Jesus did a routine check-in with ICE in May, however, he was met with an ankle monitor and the news that his deportation had been scheduled for July 18.
On Thursday, investigative news site The Intercept published a story about the continuing adventures of Mohammed Agbareia, who at one time was sentenced by a U.S. district judge in Mobile to a two-year prison term followed by deportation.
The agency better known as ICE is responsible for carrying out deportations.
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