Another possible target is Silicon Valley’s Palantir Technologies, which as of last year had one of ICE’s most valuable contracts, according to federal spending reports. Among the services it has provided the agency is an “investigative case management” system that allows agents to search a person’s personal connections, addresses, schools attended, immigration history, biometric traits and criminal records, among other data.
(KTAR News Photo/Nailea Leon) PHOENIX – As immigration officials continue leaving busloads of asylum seekers to fend for themselves after being released from federal detention, a Valley pastor is pleading for help from local governments […]
Washington — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement will begin voluntary DNA testing in cases where officials suspect that adults are fraudulently claiming to be parents of children as they cross the U.S.-Mexico border. The decision […]
A federal court reversed a man’s deportation order Thursday, citing Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) tactics used to apprehend him. Gregorio Perez Cruz, who entered the country illegally in 1994, was arrested in an ICE raid at […]