Anna ‘Delvey’ Sorokin Sequestering in ICE Custody: ‘I Don’t See a Reason Why I Should Be Banned Forever’

Manhattan jury found Sorokin, 31, guilty of multiple fraud charges in 2019, and she served her complete prison sentence.

Anna ‘Delvey’ Sorokin Sequestering in ICE Custody: ‘I Don’t See a Reason Why I Should Be Banned Forever’

Demonstrators call to “Free Them All” during an Abolish ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) protest for Javier Maradiaga on February 15, 2021 in New York City. (Shutterstock) By Audrey Conklin, Fox News Anna Sorokin, who convinced New York City’s elite that she was a German heiress by the name of Anna Delvey in 2017, is […]

US Immigration Agency Explores Data Loophole to Obtain Information on Deportation Targets

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) has contracted with private data brokers to get around some areas’ sanctuary laws, documents show.

US Immigration Agency Explores Data Loophole to Obtain Information on Deportation Targets

Hackensack, New Jersey, USA – November 29th, 2020: ICE Protest outside Bergen County Jail: “ICE is fascist” sign held by a protester with other signs. (Shutterstock) By Johana Bhuiyan, The Guardian Over the last decade, a growing number of American cities and states have restricted the information local law enforcement departments can exchange with immigration […]

ICE New Guidelines and Immigrants with Mental Health Disorders

ICE New Guidelines and Immigrants with Mental Health Disorders

By Linda Nwoke The effect of a pandemic such as COVID 19 often goes beyond medical and physiological changes. It leaves individuals and society with consequences beyond physical illness—resulting in mental and social repercussions. Psychological reactions such as increased anxiety, heightened stress level, outbursts, disruptive behavior, and stigma, to mention a few, can often go […]

Biden Released His Budget for 2023 – What Does it Mean for Immigration Issues?

Biden Released His Budget for 2023 – What Does it Mean for Immigration Issues?

Brussels, Belgium. 24th March 2022. Joe Biden, President of United States of America, during press conference after NATO extraordinary Summit 2022. (Shutterstock) By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, Immigration Impact Every year, the president submits a budget request to Congress with their proposal for funding the federal government. Over the last 20 years, Congress has spent over $333 […]

Immigration and Customs Enforcement Issues Annual Report—What Does It Really Mean?

Immigration and Customs Enforcement Issues Annual Report—What Does It Really Mean?

New York City – September 5, 2017: People protesting President Trump’s decision to repeal the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy in Lower Manhattan. (Shutterstock) By Rebekah Wolf, Immigration Impact Last week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released its fiscal year 2021 annual report. In it, the agency reported a significant decrease in both […]

ICE Conducted Sweeping Surveillance Of Money Transfers Sent To And From The US, A Senator Says

ICE Conducted Sweeping Surveillance Of Money Transfers Sent To And From The US, A Senator Says

Lake Oswego, OR, USA – Oct 28, 2021: The Western Union sticker is seen at the entrance to one of its agent locations in a grocery store in Lake Oswego. Western Union is a global money wiring service. (Shutterstock) By Hamed Aleaziz, BuzzFeed Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents obtained millions of people’s financial records as […]

COVID-19 Rates in ICE Detention are at Record Highs. Advocates are Demanding an Investigation.

COVID-19 Rates in ICE Detention are at Record Highs. Advocates are Demanding an Investigation.

Operated by the for-profit prison company The GEO Group, this ICE Detention Center is accused by the ACLU of medical neglect and mistreatment of inmates. – Aurora, Colorado / USA – 9/21/19 (Shutterstock) By Katy Murdza, Immigration Impact The Omicron variant has spread through immigration detention like wildfire, with a record 14% of people in […]

Human Rights Violator Sentenced in Guatemala to 30 Years for Crimes Against Humanity, Previously Investigated and Removed by ICE

Guatemalan national convicted for participation in wartime sexual violence of indigenous women.

Human Rights Violator Sentenced in Guatemala to 30 Years for Crimes Against Humanity, Previously Investigated and Removed by ICE

WASHINGTON – A Guatemalan national previously removed to his home country by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) was convicted in a Guatemalan court for his role in sexual violence targeting indigenous women in the 1980s. Francisco Cuxum Alvarado, 66, was convicted of crimes against humanity by a High-Risk Court […]