NYC Limits Cooperation with Immigration Officials

esanders November 26, 2011BlogNews

Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed into law a measure that limits in certain circumstances the cooperation between the New York City Department of Corrections and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Until now, the department has honored requests from ICE to hold undocumented immigrants at the city’s Rikers Island prison an additional 48 hours after their cases are concluded.

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