Aside from the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 there was no applicable
deportation law in the United States until an 1882 statute specifically geared
Oct 2, 2014 ... The Obama administration deported a record 438421 unauthorized immigrants in
... In 2013, there were 414,000 apprehensions at the southwest border, a rise of
.... of individuals apprehended in the interior of the United States. .... So anyone
stating numbers best have the list, If you can't name the people ...
Whatever word you use, there are many circumstances under which the ... the
terms of his or her stay can be deported or removed from the United States. ... can
be deported if he or she does something that's on the immigration law's list of ...
Grounds of Deportation. There are many grounds that can cause a person to be
deported under the United States Immigration Law. We list most of the grounds ...
Jun 5, 2014 ... There is also the economic reality in the home countries of immigrants. ... For
deported migrants looking to get back into the United States, the .... who ICE says
are repeat immigration violators from the list of priorities, a change ...
Once an immigrant has been removed (deported) from the United States, the
immigration laws ... But there is some hope in such a case. ... People who were
ordered removed based on being deportable (a separate list, within the
Jan 5, 2014 ... With 241,493 Mexicans deported from the United States in 2013, Mexico ... While
the Philippines was not part of the list— and the year-end ICE report ... In other
cases, he says, there are Filipinos with no criminal record but ...
Jan 18, 2015 ... In 1984, the United States and Cuban governments agreed to a list of ... not be
deported but rebuilt their lives and are no longer a threat to their ...
Apr 6, 2014 ... Two-thirds of the nearly two million people deported since President ... caught in
the United States with no criminal record were returned to their ...
Jan 30, 2015 ... HomeUSA ... Border agents ordered to help immigrants avoid deportation ... The
new directions say to “begin identifying persons in their custody, as well as newly
encountered individuals, who meet the above criteria and may ...