Caribbean nationals among illegal immigrants nabbed

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The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency says several Caribbean nationals have been arrested during a 10-day operation.
It said that Haitian and Surinamese nationals were among the 105 illegal immigrants detained during the exercise, which targeted criminals and other immigration violators.
ICE did not identify the Haitian and Surinamese nationals but said those arrested included 96 males and nine females.
The other immigrants were from Albania, Burma, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Macedonia, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mexico, Vietnam and Yemen.
ICE said the immigrants had prior criminal histories that included a wide range of convictions.
“This operation reflects ICE’s continued effort to uphold public safety by focusing on removing criminal aliens,” said Rebecca Adducci, field office director for Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) .
“These operations highlight ICE’s vital role in keeping our communities safe.”
ICE said those arrested are being processed administratively for removal from the United States.

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