Most people who were arrested by ICE in 2020 for living illegally in the US have average of four criminal convictions or charges

WASHINGTON – The overwhelming majority of people arrested for living illegally in the U.S. by federal authorities in 2020 had an average of four criminal convictions or charges, according to a year-end report published by the government. In the document Immigration and Customs Enforcement said it arrested 103,603 people living in the country illegally in the 2019-2020 fiscal year with more than 374,000 convictions and charges. Driving under the influence was the most common conviction or charge at 74,000, followed by drug crimes (67,000), assaults (37,000), sex offenses (10,000), robberies (3,800), homicides (1,900) and kidnappings (1,600).It doesn’t end there. An additional 185,884 people living illegally in the country were deported by ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations
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