ICE Says It Can’t Find Records On Nearly 400,000 Illegal Immigrants It Should Be Monitoring

  • “Upon further inspection of what participants were provided against what was publicly available online, it became clear there was a data miscalculation. Teams worked quickly to address and reconcile the issue, now updated on We regret ICE provided erroneous ATD enrollment data and worked to resolve the miscalculation going forward,” an ICE spokesperson told the DCNF.
  • ICE had reported on its website that 266 illegal migrants had been released from the agency’s custody with no electronic surveillance as of November.
  • At a December 1 event in Washington, D.C., ICE told attendees, which included top agency officials and advocacy group heads, that the number of illegal migrants it had released without electronic surveillance was actually 49,459.
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