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Biden's administration limited ICE's ability to arrest illegal immigrants

As part of another Donald Trump administration's immigration policy review, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that federal agents will no longer be allowed to arrest people in or near courthouses for most immigration violations. The edition told in more detail NPR.

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DHS chief Alejandro Mallorcas said in a statement that such arrests impede justice and public safety.

“The increase in the number of arrests of immigrants in courthouses during the previous administration had a deterrent effect on people's willingness to go to court or cooperate with law enforcement,” Mallorcas said.

A previous policy, introduced in 2018, allowed the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to enter federal and local courts to arrest people who were there for reasons unrelated to their immigration status. Among those detained by federal agents were witnesses in lawsuits, people seeking legal protection and other immigrants.

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In one famous case in 2017, ICE agents arrested a woman in an El Paso, Texas courthouse just after she was given a protection order against her violent partner. The victim's lawyer, who accompanied her to her court appearance, said one ICE agent was in the courtroom, two more guarded every exit door, and other agents watched the 10-story courthouse.

The directive applies to agents of the USCIS and USCS, both affiliated with DHS. According to DHS, arrests in or near courthouses will only be permitted if:

  • it is related to the issue of national security;
  • there is an imminent risk of death, violence or physical harm to any person;
  • is associated with hot pursuit of a person posing a threat to public safety;
  • there is an imminent danger of destruction of material evidence in a criminal case.

The administration of US President Joe Biden is reorienting how the government tackles immigration violations. Like the Trump administration, it focuses on those who pose a threat to public safety, but a major change will end the widespread arrests of innocent immigrants.

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The policy change came on the day that President Biden appointed Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, an active critic of Trump's immigration policies, as director of ICE. As sheriff of Harris County, Texas, Gonzalez closed a program that trained officers to screen detainees for their immigration status.

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