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Category Archives: ICE

Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Money Laundering Without Using Banks

It’s almost the end of the year and it looks as if immigration reform will not happen this year. While we wait for change, I will try to post more updates and stories related to immigration and international law. It seems that the Mexican drug cartels are getting creative in ways to launder their money […]

The Consequences of Getting Arrested

We are not equal. Unfortunately, many do not know this until it is too late. A United States Citizen (USC) can get in trouble with the law, do their time in jail or probation, and that’s that. If you are not a USC – in other words you have Lawful Permanent Residence (“green card”), you […]

ICE Anounces Changes to Program “Secure Communities” / ICE Anuncia Cambios a el Programa “Comunidades Seguras”

The Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), John Morton, delivered a memorandum to guide the agency in order to enforce immigration priorities base on their prosecutorial discretion. ICE must prioritize the use of its enforcement personnel to promote national security, border security, public safety and the honesty of immigration system.  In order to prioritize […]