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Stories with organization: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • Mexico extradites top capos, others from max security jail story has photos
    Updated: Sep-30-15 8:20 pm

    MEXICO CITY - Mexico extradited 13 people to the United States on Wednesday, including two top drug lords and several suspects in two high-profile 2011 crimes involving Americans - an attack on immigration agents in San Luis Potosi and the killing of consulate workers in Ciudad Juarez.

  • LA, others let immigration agents in the jails, rules vary story has photos
    Updated: Sep-28-15 2:22 pm

    LOS ANGELES - After a backlash to immigration enforcement in U.S. jails, local sheriffs' agencies are coming up with new ways to assist federal efforts to ensure immigrants with serious criminal convictions aren't released back onto the streets.

  • 6 killed in Texas while being transported by smuggling ring 
    Updated: Sep-24-15 7:07 pm

    EDNA, Texas - Federal immigration officials say six people who were killed after the SUV they were in crashed following a police chase were being transported by a smuggling organization.

  • Immigration agents given access to Los Angeles County jails 
    Updated: Sep-23-15 2:11 pm

    LOS ANGELES - Federal immigration agents will return to Los Angeles County jails on a limited basis to identify deportable inmates under a policy announced Tuesday by Sheriff Jim McDonnell.

  • Immigration detainers often issued by California center 
    Updated: Sep-19-15 11:23 am

    LAGUNA NIGUEL, California - Sitting in a narrow strip of gray cubicles in a suburban California office, immigration agents and analysts quickly scroll through computer databases to try to determine which inmates sitting in jails across the country should be deported.

  • Bill would limit immigration enforcement cooperation 
    Updated: Sep-16-15 7:09 pm

    BOSTON - Immigration activists are pressing state lawmakers to pass legislation that would limit how much local police departments can cooperate with requests by federal immigration officers to maintain custody of people suspected of being in the country illegally.