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Reports from ICE officials dealing with deportation orders about illegal immigrants, spread on social media, as Donald Trump confirmed that raids would start on Sunday. A file image shows ICE officers during a targeted enforcement operation in February 2017

Reports from immigration officials who arrested people in the United States who were illegally distributed on social media when Donald Trump confirmed the raids would start the next day.

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POTUS said US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents would perform a series of raids on Sunday until deport immigrants with open orders to leave the country.

Trump said the robberies would be aimed primarily at people with criminal records, but supporters of immigration say the agency is increasingly focusing on families who have recently entered the country.

Reports from ICE officials dealing with deportation orders about illegal immigrants, spread on social media, as Donald Trump confirmed that raids would start on Sunday. A file image shows ICE officers during a targeted enforcement operation in February 2017

Reports from ICE officials dealing with deportation orders about illegal immigrants, spread on social media, as Donald Trump confirmed that raids would start on Sunday. A file image shows ICE officers during a targeted enforcement operation in February 2017

New York Mayor, Bill De Blasio, tweeted that he received reports of attempted but allegedly unsuccessful ICE enforcement actions in Sunset Park and Harlem on Saturday

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New York Mayor, Bill De Blasio tweeted that on Saturday he received reports of attempted but allegedly unsuccessful ICE enforcement actions in Sunset Park and Harlem.

He wrote: & # 39; @NYC Immigrants and lawyers connect with residents and distribute devices from door to door.

& # 39; Remember: you have rights. Call 311 and say ActionNYC for help. & # 39;

Trump and other officials have previously claimed that & # 39; millions & # 39; deported, but it is thought that such an operation would be logistically difficult.

ICE has received court orders for the removal of about one million undocumented migrants, according to a senior government official, but the first raids will affect around two thousand in at least ten cities, the New York Times reported this week.

& # 39; They came in illegally & # 39 ;, Trump told reporters in the White House. & # 39; They are going to take people away and send them back to their country. & # 39;

Trump said ICE would focus primarily on people with beliefs, including gang members, but also others.

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& # 39; It starts on Sunday and they are going to take people away and they will bring them back to their country & # 39 ;, Trump added.

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Donald Trump

Bill De Blasio

Bill De Blasio

Donald Trump (left) said the robberies would be aimed primarily at people with criminal records, but New York Mayor Bill De Blasio wanted to point out immigrant rights and sent them to agencies where they could seek help

& # 39; Or they are going to take criminals, put them in prison, or put them in prison in the countries where they come from. & # 39;

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Although the focus is on removing criminals, Trump said the raids would also be aimed at & # 39; people who entered our country, not through a process that simply went across borders. They have to leave. & # 39;

According to the Pew Research Center, there are approximately 10.5 million undocumented migrants in the United States and two-thirds in the country for more than 10 years.

Ken Cuccinelli, acting director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services, said Wednesday that ICE has removal orders for about one million migrants, but added that it is nowhere near the manpower or facilities to arrest and deport that number.

The operation is intended to target undocumented families in an accelerated role in the immigration court system.

According to ICE, these immigrants received deportation orders from a judge for not appearing in court, and also received a notice from the agency. CBS reported.

Nancy Pelosi, (photo), called the ICE plan & # 39; heartless raids on families & # 39; and said that Sundays are when many Latin American immigrant families are in the church
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Nancy Pelosi, (photo), called the ICE plan & # 39; heartless raids on families & # 39; and said that Sundays are when many Latin American immigrant families are in the church

Nancy Pelosi, (photo), called the ICE plan & # 39; heartless raids on families & # 39; and said that Sundays are when many Latin American immigrant families are in the church

Pelosi read earlier this week from a map with information on how to deal with ICE raids

Pelosi read earlier this week from a map with information on how to deal with ICE raids

Pelosi read earlier this week from a map with information on how to deal with ICE raids

Last month, Trump gave the Democrats a two-week deadline to change the laws of the nation that guarantee the right for people to seek asylum because raids planned were canceled.

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will carry out deportations on Sundays as the government expands its crackdown on undocumented immigrants, the New York Times reports.

Democrats falter the plans and say they threaten people who have lived in the United States for many years and build families that include American citizens.

Pelosi called the ICE plan & # 39; heartless robberies on families & # 39; and said that on Sundays many Latin American immigrant families are in the church. She said that families feel very threatened and scared & # 39; feel through the raids.

In a 2017 file photo, thousands of people are participating in the & # 39; Free the People Immigration March & # 39; to protest against actions by President Donald Trump and his government

In a 2017 file photo, thousands of people are participating in the & # 39; Free the People Immigration March & # 39; to protest against actions by President Donald Trump and his government

In a 2017 file photo, thousands of people are participating in the & # 39; Free the People Immigration March & # 39; to protest against actions by President Donald Trump and his government

& # 39; These families are hardworking members of our communities and our country. This brutal action will terrorize children and tear families apart, & she told reporters.

& # 39; Many of these families are mixed-status families, & she added, referring to families who legally and illegally accept members of the United States, such as migrants with children born in the country.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton weighed in on Twitter earlier this week and urged people to share Spanish language guidelines, such as & # 39; toma fotos y videos & # 39; – which means that you take photos & # 39; s and videos & # 39; s.

& # 39; Poke favor compartment, & # 39; Clinton wrote, or please share it.

They took a signal from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez also urged people to know & # 39; your rights & # 39 ;.

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& # 39; Check your neighbors and know your rights & # 39 ;, tweeted earlier Thursday.

& # 39; Remember: no one can enter your home without a * legal order *, & # 39; she advised. She also wrote that & # 39; Sometimes ICE will try to show other papers to get to your house. Judicial judgments come from a court. & # 39;

ICE did not comment on the raids that would come with Trump looking to show toughness on immigration amid a still strong influx of migrants across the border with Mexico.

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Homeland Security reported that 104,344 migrants were detained after crossing the border in June, 28 percent less than the 13-year record of May, but still an extremely high figure, about 60,000 more than the same month last year .

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