Published: Sat, July 13, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Nationwide ICE raids planned for Sunday, New York Times reports

Nationwide ICE raids planned for Sunday, New York Times reports

Immigration enforcement under President Trump's administration could face legal action if Sen.

The New York Times reported the raids will take place over several days in at least 10 cities across the country, including Houston.

According to Schwab, ICE would not have been able to capture the approximately 1,000 undocumented immigrants in the Bay Area and was therefore incorrectly pointing fingers at Schaaf. There aren't enough courts, ICE employees, or flights to make it happen - but the undocumented should be concerned and know their rights. Those operations specifically target public safety threats, such as convicted criminals and individuals who have violated immigration laws.

The nationwide raids were postponed last month because of resistance among federal immigration officials, the newspaper reports, citing two current and one former homeland security official.

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Families will be held in family detention centers in Texas and Pennsylvania when possible, but some may stay in hotel rooms until they can be deported, according to the Times. But immigration lawyers could file new motions to reopen families' immigration cases, which could delay or even stop their deportations.

Oakland, like many California cities, has declared itself a sanctuary for those here illegally.

Murphy's message comes in a week that Ocean County officials announced that they planned to sue the state over the immigration directives that limit jail cooperation with ICE, as well as a week in which Attorney General Gurbir Grewal sparred with the elected sheriffs of Monmouth and Cape May counties over their behind-the-scenes renewal of cooperation agreements with ICE.

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Lopez-McCarthy said parents should think about the short-term guardianship of their children. "Opening the door does not give them permission to come inside, but it is safer to speak to ICE through the door", the ACLU's bilingual directions say.

"However, 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", he said.

"I've never seen anything like this, where they're highlighting an operation in advance", said John Sandweg, who headed ICE under President Barack Obama.

In another unusual side effect from the public announcement, immigration advocates, attorneys and local officials have spent weeks stepping up "Know Your Rights" campaigns to train immigrants who might be targeted.

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"If that is the only document ICE brings to a home raid, agents do not have the legal right to enter a home", she said.

Upon hearing that ICE raids would reportedly be happening in New York City, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) issued a statement pledging that "New York will fight" this "politically motivated directive". Trump had promised at the time that the raids would still occur unless "the Democrats and Republicans can get together and work out a solution to the Asylum and Loophole problems at the Southern Border".

Hunter Clauss is a digital editor who writes the station's daily newsletter, The Rundown.

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