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March 15, 2012



5,000 Deported from Georgia Thanks to Jail Checks

"Georgia ranks sixth among states for the number of illegal immigrants deported through a federal fingerprint-sharing program now used in jails across the country, public records show. Since the Secure Communities program started here in November of 2009, 5,044 noncitizens have been deported or have voluntarily left the United States, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement figures," the Atlanta Journal-Constitution says.

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Come Here Illegally, Disrupt The Legislature, Get Out of Deportation?

"Uriel Alberto, the Winston-Salem activist who went on a hunger strike in the Wake County jail to raise awareness about U.S. immigration laws, can get out of jail once his bail is paid, attorneys said Wednesday," Journalnow.com says.

"Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials set his bail at $7,500, said Beckie Moriello, a Raleigh attorney. Conditions of the bond will be set at a later hearing, possibly several months from now, but that would not delay his release. Alberto still faces the possibility of deportation. ICE could try to remove him from the U.S. or it could drop the case, which would be in line with new enforcement guidelines."

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2 Illegal Aliens Arrested at Philadelphia Protest

"Declaring themselves 'undocumented, unapologetic, and unafraid,' two college students, both illegal immigrants, were arrested by Philadelphia police Wednesday after a boisterous immigrant-rights protest that snarled traffic for more than an hour," the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. "From LOVE Park, the demonstrators marched to the ICE office. Spilling off the sidewalks, they chanted support for immigration reforms, including DREAM Act legislation. The act would offer a path to legal status for illegal immigrant youths who graduate from high school and go to college or enter the military."

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