ICE no longer deporting Vietnamese refugees who arrived in the USA before 1995

“A week after the court denied the government’s request to dismiss the case, the government admitted for the first time that ICE no longer thinks it can deport pre-1995 Vietnamese immigrants. The government reported that ICE reached this conclusion after a meeting between Vietnamese and U.S. government officials during the week of August 6, 2018.

The government says that ICE is in the process of releasing all pre-1995 Vietnamese immigrants who have been detained for longer than 90 days after receiving a removal order.”

Perhaps there are still checks and balances in the United States government.

Trinh v. Vitiello Community Advisory

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