Vietnamese citizens who are waiting for marriage documents in America with an expired visa need to be careful, California-based Tania Pham warns as a nationwide wave of arrests of immigrants facing deportation began on Sunday. She told VnExpress: “The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) knows the addresses of these individuals.” The sweeps are expected to target hundreds of families in 10 cities that have recently been ordered deported by an immigration court but have not yet left the country, Reuters reported last Friday. The operation was announced by President Donald Trump on Twitter last month, but postponed because Democrats and Republicans decided to work together to devise a solution to the immigration crisis. Trump decided to resume the crackdown when the U.S. Congress failed to strike a deal with his administration. The major cities on ICE’s list of raids in June, Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and San Francisco have confirmed that they did not cooperate with the ICE in arresting illegal immigrants because it violated their rights. “Some city-level officials have instructed immigrants not to open the door when ICE employees visit. Vietnamese people can do that because the law allows them to,”… Read full this story
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