Preston Business Review: California refused 5,600 ICE requests to turn over criminal illegals in 201

IRLI In The News

March 3, 2019

By Caroline Biscotti

California refused 5,600 federal requests to turn over criminal illegal aliens to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), more than half of which involve charges of serious crimes like rape and murder, according to ICE data.

California refused to honor thousands of ICE requests to turn over illegal aliens arrested by local authorities for federal arrest and deportation proceedings, the Immigration Reform Law Institute found after filing a FOIA request with ICE. Read the full story at Preston Business Review.

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