(Encyclopedia of the Day News | Iraq News ) - federal immigration officials arrested in the United States hundreds of immigrants undocumented in four states at least the past week as Friday , officials described as a routine operation to enforce the law.
The reports sparked campaigns on immigration last week concern among advocates of immigration and the families of immigrants came in the wake of the Executive Order issued by President Donald Trump ban on refugees and migrants from seven countries.
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Said Ali Noureddine Executive Director of the National Forum on Migration in a statement that "the fear of the chase through the homes of immigrants and the native-born in the United States and who love the immigrant as friends and clear."
Said David Marin, director of law enforcement in the Office of the US Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Los Angeles procedures that law enforcement operations took place in Atlanta, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles and surrounding areas.
Leaders did not publish the total number of detainees.
Said Brian Cox , a spokesman for the Atlanta office , which covers three states that 200 people were arrested.
Marin described the process, which lasted five days as a procedure to enforce the law.
He said in a conference call with reporters that such moves routine, noting that the campaign took place last summer in Los Angeles during the previous administration of President Barack Obama.