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How do you get someone deported if you know they are illegal and working in the US but the Dept of Homeland Security will not take any action?

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2009-06-26 09:51:55
2009-06-26 09:51:55

It is not a individual's decision as to whether or not a foreign national should be deported or taken into custody by authorities. The criteria for reportage is if their is substantiated evidence that a foreign national (legal or illegal) has made committed or been involved in the committing of a crime. That type of information should be given to the local law enforcement agency and they will make the determination of any further action should be undertaken. FYI, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the federal agency that has jurisdiction. Answer . If they are involved in some sort of illegal activities and you tell ICE about it then there is a much better chance they will come for them.

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