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Ukrainians at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Seeking Admission at U.S. Ports of Entry by Nationality
(17 May 2022) Last month in April a total of 20,994 Ukrainians seeking safety from the war ravaging their homeland turned up at U.S. ports of entry and were stopped at the border as "inadmissibles" without the necessary official documents which might authorize their entry into the U.S. Arrivals from Ukraine averaged 700 per day during April. This includes individuals allowed into the country on humanitarian parole. The majority (60%) arrived in family groups with children. Just over 100 children arrived as unaccompanied minors. The remainder arrived as single adults or as couples without children. See more...
More Than 225,000 Immigrants Monitored by ICE's Alternatives to Detention Technology
(28 Apr 2022) According to new data available in TRAC's Quick Facts detention data tool, Immigration and Customs Enforcement is now monitoring 227,508 immigrants using 'alternatives to detention' (ATD) technology. The most common ATD technology used by ICE is SmartLINK, a smartphone app, with more than 172,000 people (or more than 75 percent of all people on ICE's ATD caseload) monitored by this technology. See more...
TRAC Releases New Tool for Tracking Deportation Cases, Includes 'Crimmigration' Data
(19 Apr 2022) TRAC is excited to announce a new online, interactive data tool that allows the public to view detailed information about new deportation cases filed in Immigration Court each month. TRAC's "New Deportation Proceedings" tool, which has been updated with data through the end of March 2022, provides unprecedented insight into the 384,000 new deportation cases that have been added to court in FY 2022 so far. See more...
Immigrant Detention Numbers Dip Below 20,000 for the Third Time This Year
(14 Apr 2022) According to new data available in TRAC's Quick Facts detention data tool, immigration enforcement and detention numbers have remained relatively consistent in recent weeks except for notable growth in the number of migrants monitored by ICE's Alternatives to Detention program. At the beginning of April 2022, ICE held 18,846 immigrants in detention centers across the country, falling under 20,000 for the third time this year. See more...
Number of Migrants on ICE's Alternatives to Detention Program Crosses 200,000 For the First Time
(31 Mar 2022) According to new data available in TRAC's Quick Facts detention data tool, immigration enforcement and detention numbers have remained consistent in recent weeks except for notable growth in the number of migrants monitored by ICE's Alternatives to Detention program. On March 27, 2022, ICE held 20,733 immigrants in detention centers across the country, up very slightly from 20,146 at the beginning of the month. See more...
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