Immigration and Customs Enforcement
A rally of support was held Tuesday for a South Florida father who faces deportation after getting arrested for driving without a license.
The former chief of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Miami is scheduled to be sentenced Friday afternoon after he pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges.
The former chief of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Miami has pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges.
The former chief of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Miami is expected to change his plea in July rather than go to trial on Internet child-pornography charges.
Just days after David Edwin Bradley shot two law enforcement officers before turning the gun on himself on the Florida Turnpike; details of Bradley’s past are adding more questions to what led to Thursday’s shootings.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement assistant field office director Gabriel Martinez was released from Memorial Regional Hospital Saturday just 48 hours after he was shot while helping other officers on the Florida Turnpike.
The defense attorney for former Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s top agent in Miami are seeking a delay in his trial for child pornography charges.
The North Miami Senior High valedictorian, who won a two year immigration reprieve thanks to the rally effort of her fellow students, plans to announce Wednesday the creation of a new foundation supporting the STARS Act.
Daniela Pelaez will be back in South Florida Friday, knowing that she will be able to stay here for at least another two years.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has granted a two year deferment to the North Miami Senior High valedictorian who was ordered to leave the country later this month.