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.
Jobs at the Department of Homeland Security can be found at their dedicated "Homeland Security Jobs" page. There one can select from different types and areas (Border Security, Cybersecurity, Economic Security etc.)
It depends on why a person gets deported and how many times they were deported. An Aggravated Felon can never return to the U.S. An illegal alien, with no criminal record, who was deported is inelgible to receive a visa for a set amount of time, either 5, 10, or 20 years. This can be overcome by applying for a waiver from the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. In most cases, someone with family ties in the U.S. can apply for and receive a waiver of some sort to return legally.
how stupid were you to marry someone illegal?!
Check with Homeland Security Department
Someone could receive homeland security jobs from the actual department located in Washington DC. One could also go to various Port Authorities and see what is available there.
Paranoia or Homeland Security.
It is not clear just what it is that is being asked. If you're illegal, you're illegal. If you domestically assaulted someone and they take you into custody, you will be deported. If your domestic partner assaulted you, they can be charged, but you will still be deported.
Illegal immigrants engaged in criminal or suspected illegal activity can be reported to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. http://www.ice.gov
If you are convicted of a crime while in the country illegally, you would be deported and then not allowed to apply for naturalization.
nope! you have to be citizen to marry someone that is a citizens,
If they are an illegal alien that you need to call the Immigration, Customs and Excise service (ICE) which is the former INS.
Deported by lack of visa : yes Deported by illegal activities :i think is not unless you got a lot of money ( power) lol
i got married to someone who was a imagrant and he got deported how can i get a divorce ?
Yes. But they cannot return to the US to go fetch them. They would need someone to send it to them.
A straggler is someone who stays behind or strays. By simple definition someone who is a homeland straggler is someone who lags or strays from their current homeland or refusing to return to their homeland.
how do I find out if some is deported from canada
Yes it would be the same as divorcing someone who abandoned you and you did not know their whereabouts.
NO, unless the illegal fights his re-opens the criminal conviction and has the charges dropped, OR if the illegal is able to get a presidental'governor pardon (but tihs doesnt apply for serious felonies).
No. That is illegal, and a federal offence.
yes, it is a violation of Homeland Security laws if someone uses your address without permission, because your address is a very personal and private thing, and must be asked for permission to use it, because once in the hands of someone else, it can travel anywhere and who knows who could then know your address. SOURCE: Stuff i've read and my knowledge
Yes, it is possible to loose your US Visa status and be deported for a felony conviction.
Can a person be legalize after being deported after a traffic violation
No there is not a statute of limitation for immigrants. If they are in the country illegally, they can be arrested and deported at any time. Someone can't sneak into the country and hide in order to become legal.