deportable


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de·port·a·ble

 (dĭ-pôr′tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Subject to deportation: a deportable alien.
2. Punishable by deportation: a deportable offense.
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ICE defines a removal as "the compulsory and confirmed movement of an inadmissible or deportable alien out of the United States based on an order of removal.
State lawmakers are also assessing their role in immigration enforcement, debating sanctuary policies that limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities and detainer policies that help identify potentially deportable people.
Davino Watson was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, denied a lawyer, and held for almost three and a half years as a deportable alien before someone figured out that his claim of being a U.
Criminal justice policy militancy by local governments is sanction entrepreneurship, aiming illegal and other deportable aliens.
In 2011, he signed a wide-reaching Executive Order to ensure language access across state agencies, suspended the State's participation in a federal program that required local law enforcement to help identify deportable individuals, signed legislation holding entities that defraud immigrants accountable, and established the Office for New Americans.
Deportability After Commission of a Deportable Offense 1.
amp;nbsp;What's more, ICE officials, along with some state sheriffs, including Youngblood, argue that if California bars them from jails to search for deportable immigrants, ICE agents will fan out into the community to look for them, and law-abiding immigrants who are in the country illegally will be caught in their net.
Supporters of the legislation argue it's needed to prevent local law enforcement officials from providing a safety net to deportable and violent undocumented immigrants who have already been charged with crimes.
But you have one already potentially deportable illegal immigrant who is being charged with possession of child pornography, and the two clearly were engaged in behavior that was inappropriate if not verifiably criminal.
8) Once a noncitizen has served their (9) punishment for the commission of an offense that makes them deportable, they face the additional consequence of deportation.
Section 1226(c) of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) requires federal detention of certain deportable noncitizens when those noncitizens leave criminal custody.
While legal advocates have been scrambling, ICE has been running amok, raiding homes and public spaces in search of deportable youths.