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    ICE arrests 101 in Mid-Atlantic enforcement operation targeting convicted criminals

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    ENFORCEMENT AND REMOVAL

    09/01/2016



    ICE arrests 101 in Mid-Atlantic enforcement operation targeting convicted criminals


    PHILADELPHIA – Officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 101 individuals during an operation that concluded Aug. 26, targeting criminal aliens and other agency enforcement priorities primarily in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

    During the 12-day enforcement action, ERO officers apprehended 64 aliens with criminal convictions. The remaining 37 fall under the agency’s enforcement priorities as recent immigration violators or important federal interest cases. Those arrested had criminal histories with past convictions for drug trafficking, DUI, weapons violations, child sex offenses, identity theft, and other serious criminal offenses. Two of those taken into custody now face federal prosecution for re-entry after deportation, a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison.


    "ICE’s targeted enforcement operations like this one take convicted criminals and other public-safety threats off the streets," said Thomas Decker, field office director for ERO Philadelphia, which covers Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia. "These actions focus our resources on the most egregious offenders and promote public safety in the communities in which we live and work.”


    Among those arrested were:


    • A 46-year-old Liberian man with a felony conviction for statutory sexual assault on a minor. He was arrested in Philadelphia, Aug. 15 and will remain in ICE custody pending removal proceedings.
    • A 57-year-old Jamaican man with a felony conviction for aggravated assault. He was arrested Aug. 15 in Morrisville, Pennsylvania, and will remain in ICE custody pending removal proceedings.
    • A 29-year-old Sierra Leonean man with prior convictions for DUI, drug possession and corruption of minors. He was arrested in Hamilton, New Jersey, Aug. 19 and will remain in ICE custody pending removal proceedings.
    • A 22-year-old Mexican man with a prior conviction for carrying a deadly weapon. He was arrested in Huntington, West Virginia, Aug. 26 and will remain in ICE custody pending his removal from the United States.


    The foreign nationals arrested during the operation include citizens of 24 countries, including Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Poland, Brazil, Italy, Morocco, Liberia, Guinea, Kenya, Honduras, Jamaica, Georgia, Bahamas, Columbia, Peru, Haiti, Sierra Leone, Korea, Ecuador, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq and India.

    Those who are not being criminally prosecuted will be processed administratively for removal from the United States. The arrestees who have outstanding orders of deportation, or who returned to the United States illegally after being deported, are 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 in the near future.


    All of those apprehended during last week’s operation were immigration enforcement priorities as outlined in Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson’s 2014 memorandum. Priority 1 targets include threats to national security, criminal street gang members, convicted felons, and aggravated felons. Priority 2 targets include individuals with convictions for three or more misdemeanors, or convictions for significant misdemeanors, including DUIs.

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    More than just those from south of the border sneaking into the USA. the diseases and dangerous personalities is remarkable. Read in a post, o admin gathers the illegal africans at the border and has border patrol take them up into the north. Those considered "seeking asylum" I guess but the article mentions illegal aliens on top of the others traveling here to enter. They are coming from all over to sneak or beg their way into the USA. A country is not supposed to run this way showing total disregard for the safety of its citizens and its laws. The incompetence or purposeful ruining of a nation has been in operation for 16 yrs now.

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    FY 2015 ICE Immigration Removals


    Non-Criminal Removals

    Most ICE removals of non-criminal immigration violators were individuals encountered by CBP agents and officers at or near the border or ports of entry. For example, 94 percent (90,103) of ICE’s 96,045 removals of non-criminal immigration violators in FY 2015 were individuals apprehended at or near the border or ports of entry.

    Approximately 98 percent of all ICE removals of non-criminal immigration violators met one of ICE’s stated enforcement priorities, and 92 percent of all ICE removals of non-criminal immigration violators met CIEP Priority 1.


    Removed Population by Citizenship

    In FY 2015, ICE removed individuals to 181 countries, the Top 10 of which are provided in Table 3.10 Mexico continued to be the leading country of origin for those removed, followed by Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. As a percentage of total removals, Mexican removals increased from 56 percent in FY 2014 to 62 percent in FY 2015. El Salvadoran removals remained constant at 9 percent of total removals. Guatemalan removals decreased to 14 percent in FY 2015 from 17 percent in FY 2014, and Honduran removals decreased to 9 percent from 13 percent.

    FY 2015 Removals by Citizenship

    Citizenship Total
    Mexico 146,132
    Guatemala 33,249
    El Salvador 21,920
    Honduras 20,309
    Dominican Republic 1,946
    Ecuador 1,305
    Colombia 1,154
    Nicaragua 867
    Brazil 744
    Jamaica 738
    Peru 482
    Haiti 433
    Canada 407
    China, People’s Republic of 386
    India 311
    Nigeria 224
    Philippines 196
    United Kingdom 166
    Costa Rica 162
    Venezuela 134
    Spain 131
    Romania 130
    Poland 124
    Trinidad and Tobago 123
    Belize 121
    Somalia 120
    South Korea 105
    Guyana 104
    Kenya 104
    Italy 89
    Panama 87
    Saudi Arabia 85
    Argentina 82
    Pakistan 80
    Bahamas 78
    Russia 77
    Ukraine 74
    Micronesia, Federated States of 70
    Bolivia 67
    Israel 66
    Jordan 66
    Ghana 65
    Germany 57
    Chile 56
    Egypt 56
    Bangladesh 55
    Turkey 55
    France 49
    Bosnia-Herzegovina 47
    Portugal 47
    Indonesia 45
    South Korea 43
    Netherlands 43
    Albania 42
    Cuba 42
    Ethiopia 37
    Hungary 37
    Iraq 36
    Lebanon 36
    Thailand 35
    Bulgaria 32
    Vietnam 32
    Latvia 31
    Australia 30
    South Africa 30
    Japan 29
    Cameroon 28
    Czech Republic 27
    Sri Lanka 27
    Unknown 26
    Uruguay 26
    Morocco 25
    Tanzania 25
    Taiwan 24
    Marshall Islands 23
    Nepal 23
    Armenia 21
    Iran 21
    Ireland 21
    Uzbekistan 21
    Lithuania 19
    New Zealand 19
    Senegal 18
    Afghanistan 17
    Cambodia 16
    Moldova 16
    Sweden 16
    Tonga 16
    Yemen 16
    Antigua-Barbuda 15
    Dominica 15
    St. Kitts-Nevis 15
    Tunisia 14
    Georgia 13
    Mongolia 13
    Barbados 12
    Burkina Faso 12
    Greece 12
    Zambia 12
    Kazakhstan 11
    Malaysia 11
    Palau 11
    Paraguay 11
    Uganda 11
    Angola 10
    Austria 10
    Fiji 10
    Grenada 10
    Hong Kong 10
    Kosovo 10
    Slovakia 10
    Yugoslavia 10
    Belgium 9
    Guinea 9
    Ivory Coast 9
    Kyrgyzstan 9
    St. Vincent-Grenadines 9
    Sudan 9
    Zimbabwe 9
    Belarus 8
    Croatia 8
    Dem. Rep. of the Congo 8
    Gabon 8
    Macedonia 8
    Montenegro 8
    Niger 8
    Serbia 8
    St. Lucia 8
    Benin 7
    Bermuda 7
    Cape Verde 7
    Denmark 7
    Estonia 7
    Gambia 7
    Kuwait 7
    Qatar 7
    Tajikistan 7
    Togo 7
    Eritrea 6
    Liberia 6
    Mali 6
    Rwanda 6
    Singapore 6
    Switzerland 6
    Algeria 5
    Azerbaijan 5
    Burma 5
    Congo 5
    Suriname 5
    Syria 5
    Turkmenistan 5
    Mauritania 4
    Netherlands Antilles 4
    Norway 4
    Slovenia 4
    Czechoslovakia 3
    Iceland 3
    Laos 3
    Libya 3
    Sierra Leone 3
    United Arab Emirates 3
    British Virgin Islands 2
    Chad 2
    Finland 2
    Malawi 2
    Malta 2
    Samoa 2
    Serbia and Montenegro 2
    Swaziland 2
    Turks and Caicos Islands 2
    Botswana 1
    Burundi 1
    Cayman Islands 1
    Djibouti 1
    Equatorial Guinea 1
    French Polynesia 1
    Guadeloupe 1
    Mauritius 1
    Namibia 1
    Sao Tome and Principe 1
    South Sudan 1
    Total

    https://www.ice.gov/removal-statistics
    235,413

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    lot more than 120 somalians crossing that border illegally. Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels reports 1 in 3 somalians are mentally ill.

    Sure the below story from 2015 is posted here already but did not come up in a search. other posts did but the video clip removed for content - dhs busing illegals INTO the country.


    DHS caught busing in illegal Somalis from Mexican border

    Immigration official: 'Asylum' is the new password

    Published: 05/13/2015 at 8:03 PM



    DHS buses carry immigrants from the border to detention centers where they are processed, given a court date and released.



    The U.S. is bringing in 100,000 Muslims every year through legal channels such as the United Nations refugee program and various visa programs, but new reports indicate a pipeline has been established through the southern border with the help of the federal agency whose job it is to protect the homeland.


    They are coming from Somalia and other African nations, according to a Homeland Security official who was caught recently transporting a busload of Africans to a detention center near Victorville, California.


    Somalia is the home base of al-Shabab, a designated foreign terrorist organization that slaughtered 147 Christians at a university in Kenya just last month. It executed another 67 at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2013, and has put out warnings that it will target malls in Canada and the U.S. Dozens of Somali refugees in the U.S. have been arrested, charged and convicted of providing support to overseas terrorist organizations over the past few years.


    Libya is also awash in Islamist terror following the death of Moammar Gadhafi in 2011. ISIS beheaded 21 Coptic Christians on a Libyan beach in February.


    So when Anita Fuentes of OpenYourEyesPeople.com posted a video of a U.S. Department of Homeland Security bus pulling into a Shell station in Victorville, on the night of May 7, admitting he had a busload of Somalis and other Africans who had crossed the southern border, it raised more than a few eyebrows among those concerned with illegal immigration and national security.


    A man who appeared to be a Customs and Border Patrol agent was filmed at the gas station at 10:30 p.m. When questioned by Fuentes, he informed her that his large touring bus was full of Somalis and other Africans being transported to a nearby detention center.


    The tour bus had the U.S. Homeland Security logo, and the agent appeared calm and professional.


    The windows to the bus were covered. When asked if he was transporting illegal immigrants, the driver said, “No, we ended up taking some people to a detention facility. Somalis and all the Africans.”

    “A detention center over here?” Fuentes asks.

    “Yeah,” he said.
    Victorville is about 161 miles from the Mexican border.
    “Is that because they’re crossing the border?” Fuentes asked.
    “Well they’re coming in asking for asylum,” he said.
    “That’s what it is, that special key word huh? That’s a password now?” Fuentes said.
    “That’s what the password is now,” he responds.
    The flow of information stopped when Fuentes asked about the presence of ISIS near the border, a story which the watchdog agency Judicial Watch reported last month.
    “ISIS being at the border?” she asks.


    “I’m not going to talk to you when you’re recording me, ma’am,” the agent says. “Any information you want ma’am, go ahead and look it up online.”


    A small part of a larger story


    More than 100,000 Somalis have been brought to the United States legally since 1991 through the U.N. refugee resettlement program. Close to half of them have been resettled in Minnesota, with the rest dispersed throughout Ohio, Maine, California, Texas, Idaho, Tennessee, Colorado, Georgia and several other states.


    The Somali community in Minnesota has had well-documented problems assimilating, running up a troubling record of crime and radicalization. Scores of Somalis have been arrested and charged with providing material support to overseas terrorist organizations such as al-Shabab, al-Qaida and ISIS.


    Others have left the country to fight for al-Shabab and ISIS, including six from Minnesota last month who were arrested after making repeated attempts to leave the country to join ISIS. That prompted the U.S. attorney for Minnesota, Andrew Luger, to admit in a April 20 press conference that “we have a terror recruitment problem in Minnesota.”


    At least two Somalis in Columbus, Ohio, have also been arrested on terrorism charges.
    While most of the Somalis have been brought into the U.S. by the U.S. State Department in cooperation with the United Nations, exactly how many Somalis may be entering the country illegally and applying for asylum is difficult to ascertain.
    According to official DHS data, 688 Somalis entered the U.S. as asylum seekers between 2004 and 2013.


    Asylum seekers from other African countries with radical Muslim populations are also showing up at the border. According to DHS data, 139 Libyans crossed into the U.S. between 2011 and 2013, while only 20 had made the risky trek between 2004 and 2010 when dictator Moammar Gadhafi was in power.


    The number of Eritreans and Ethiopians showing up at the U.S. border and seeking asylum is also growing: 1,495 came from Eritrea between 2004 and 2013, and 5,863 came from Ethiopia.


    The Washington Times, among other publications, has published stories about the harrowing journeys some Somalis have been willing to endure to get to the U.S. They make their way across the Horn of Africa, cross the Atlantic by stowing away in cargo ships before landing at a port in Brazil or Argentina. From there they travel by land through Central America and Mexico to arrive at the U.S. border. Until last year, at least some of them were deported. Now, word is spreading that U.S. border policy has changed so more are showing up with the one word they know of English – “asylum.”


    Numbers likely higher
    A Customs and Border Patrol agent, who asked not to be identified, told WND that many more Africans and Middle Easterners are likely crossing over the Mexican border than what DHS is willing to admit.


    “You’re not going to get an honest number, because they all want to look good and get promotions from the people in D.C.,” the border agent told WND. “I’m absolutely confident that is happening.”
    image: http://www.wnd.com/files/2015/05/graphic-on-border-crossings.jpg

    That’s why the video is raising eyebrows, because the agent appears unfazed, as though transferring busloads of Somalis and Africans to detention facilities is a routine task.


    Once at the detention facility, asylum seekers are often asked to fill out legal documents, given a court date and set free.


    “There’s an ICE facility up that way, so that’s where that bus was likely heading,” the Border Patrol agent said. “That doesn’t surprise me. My guess is those are probably coming through Arizona because Arizona is still the biggest pure hole in the southern border we have. The Casa Grande area of Arizona is just the wild West. It’s on an Indian reservation, and they’ve been battling the Border Patrol forever. There are no barriers, not even a barbed-wire fence. But this administration’s done everything they can do to shut down ICE from doing its job.”


    Asylum seekers are required to show they belong to a group of individuals who are suffering from a “pattern and practice” of persecution, either from their native country’s government or from non-government entities that the government is unable or unwilling to control.


    The Obama administration has decided to spend $2 million to hire attorneys for alien minors seeking asylum in the U.S. this year, Judicial Watch reported.


    After filming the busload of African asylum seekers in Victorville, Fuentes posted on her YouTube account that they were being taken to a detention center in the high desert, thumb printed, and let go.


    “My friends, many Somalians are Muslim and many Africans especially in the northern region of Africa are radical Islam terrorists. Lord have mercy,” wrote Fuentes, whose husband, Ignacio, is a pastor.


    William Gheen, president of the Americans for Legal Immigration, or ALIPAC, said the word “asylum” has indeed become the password for foreign nationals showing up at the border. They will be taken to a detention center to be processed and given a court date along with contact information for an asylum attorney and a religious charity that will help them find housing, food and clothing.


    “And they will even be given instructions on how to get their Obamaphone,” he said.
    “And that video is further clear evidence that Obama and his administration is involved in a conspiracy to overthrow America’s defenses, laws, borders and republic by flooding America with as many people as possible who will be dependent on the system and the socialists who helped them,” Gheen told WND. “He’s going for broke because he knows that (Mitch) McConnell, (John) Boehner and the other sell-out Republicans won’t stop him.


    “In fact, many of those Republicans are now voting for his Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and trying to get him more bodies, more non-Americans, into America. The name of the game is to get as many non-Americans with alien perspectives and principles into America so that America’s condition becomes terminal.”


    After announcing his plans on Nov. 20 to unilaterally grant amnesty to more than 5 million illegals, Obama created the White House Task Force on New Americans. The task force released its long-awaited report last month. It contained 70 pages of goals, guidelines and strategies that involved using 16 federal agencies, including DHS, to build “welcoming” communities across the U.S. that would wo
    rk to “integrate” the record numbers of new immigrants and refugees.


    “We’re fighting against every avenue we can, but our fight right now is to try to slow them down and try to save every life we can and every job we can,” Gheen said. “Tens of thousands more lives and jobs will be lost if we lose this fight.”


    The U.S. allows 1.1 million immigrants into the country annually through legal channels, and another 486,000 crossed the southern border illegally in 2014, according to U.S. Customs and Border Patrol. Taken together, that’s 1.6 million new immigrants each year, which is at historically high levels even for the U.S., which is known as a “nation of immigrants.”


    “That’s more than any other nation on earth,” Gheen said.

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    The problem is that under current law once they ask for asylum they are no longer illegal aliens. Once the ask for asylum they are asylum seekers, which makes them legal. It shouldn't be this way, but it is.

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    Asylum in the United States

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    The United States recognizes the right of asylum of individuals as specified by international and federal law.

    A specified number of legally defined refugees, either apply for asylum from inside the U.S. or apply for refugee status from outside the U.S., are admitted annually. Refugees compose about one-tenth of the total annual immigration to the United States, though some large refugee populations are very prominent. Since World War II, more refugees have found homes in the U.S. than any other nation and more than two million refugees have arrived in the U.S. since 1980. In the years 2005 through 2007, the number of asylum seekers accepted into the U.S. was about 40,000 per year. This compared with about 30,000 per year in the UK and 25,000 in Canada. The U.S. accounted for about 10% of all asylum-seeker acceptances in the OECD countries in 1998-2007.[1] The United States is by far the most populous OECD country and when corrected for population it receives less than average: For example, in 2010-14 (before the massive migrant surge in Europe in 2015) it was positioned as 28 of 43 industrialized countries reviewed by UNHCR, after Canada, the Scandinavian coutries, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and others.[2]


    Asylum has three basic requirements. First, an asylum applicant must establish that he or she fears persecution in their home country.[3]

    Second, the applicant must prove that he or she would be persecuted on account of one of five protected grounds: race, religion, nationality, political opinion, and social group.

    Third, an applicant must establish that the government is either involved in the persecution, or unable to control the conduct of private actors.

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    I had an encounter with some Somali/African guy right in front of my house this spring. He was asking for directions, but I really sensed he was thinking of taking a swing at me. There was a clear hostility. That would have been a big mistake for him.
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    The problem is that under current law once they ask for asylum they are no longer illegal aliens. Once the ask for asylum they are asylum seekers, which makes them legal. It shouldn't be this way, but it is.

    Must go on Trump's TO DO LIST.

    The Obama administration has decided to spend $2 million to hire attorneys for alien minors seeking asylum in the U.S. this year, Judicial Watch reported.

    More than 100,000 Somalis have been brought to the United States legally since 1991 through the U.N. refugee resettlement program. Close to half of them have been resettled in Minnesota, with the rest dispersed throughout Ohio, Maine, California, Texas, Idaho, Tennessee, Colorado, Georgia and several other states.


    The Somali community in Minnesota has had well-documented problems assimilating, running up a troubling record of crime and radicalization. Scores of Somalis have been arrested and charged with providing material support to overseas terrorist organizations such as al-Shabab, al-Qaida and ISIS.


    Others have left the country to fight for al-Shabab and ISIS, including six from Minnesota last month who were arrested after making repeated attempts to leave the country to join ISIS. That prompted the U.S. attorney for Minnesota, Andrew Luger, to admit in a April 20 press conference that “we have a terror recruitment problem in Minnesota.”
    OH LET THEM INTO OUR COUNTRY UNCHECKED PRONTO - DUH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by artist View Post
    lot more than 120 somalians crossing that border illegally. . .
    The 120, according to the article, were the ones caught at the border AND DEPORTED.
    The Border Patrol can't deport them if they ask for asylum until and unless an immigration judge rules that they don't qualify for asylum.
    All the Border Patrol can do is bus them to the border patrol office and give them the paperwork they have to file to get asylum.
    Then they usually bus them to the nearest greyhound station.
    If a judge later rules them ineligible for asylum I.C.E. has to deport them.
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