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Immigrant's Weekly October 24, 2005
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Inside ICE

The enforcement arm of DHS, Immigration and Customs Enforcement Bureau (ICE), released its most recent issue of "Inside ICE" chronicling its latest actions. Highlights include:

  • Announcement of a new program with the Honduran gov't to expedite removal of Honduran detainees;
  • Deportation of a human rights violator;
  • Arrest of many undocumented, and more
For the current issue of Inside ICE, see here.

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Dear Editor:
Thank you for providing the report about state laws regarding the issuance of driver's licenses to undocumented aliens (10/11/05 IW comment). Is it possible to see the Massachusetts law that dispenses with the lawful presence requirement to obtain a license? The MA DMV website seems to indicate differently, and I would like to be able to cite the law that contravenes what they assert on their website. I understand that state practice may differ from what is stated in the statutes and regulations, but would be curious to see the law anyway. Again, thank you very much for publishing this report.

Trevor Findlen, Law Clerk at Joyce & Associates, P.C.
Boston, MA

Dear Editor:
I tried to do something very few people do as nobody wants to get invlolved in any police or govt hassles. I helped the US govt by nabbing some US officials who were fooling innocent people of their money and giving them false working papers. It's been more than 6 months now and nothing has been done to help me in my current status because that is what was told to me that they would help me get certain status. Now I wonder if I did the right thing. My concern is that the people behind bars will get out somehow and be free and live there lives again where as I will be still knocking on doors for justice from the "so just US gov't" and away from my parents who need me the most right now.


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