First, MPI grossly inflates the immigration enforcement spending totals by tallying all spending by three Department of Homeland Security agencies -- Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and US-VISIT.
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ICE stands for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (US Department of Homeland Security; formerly parts of Immigration & Naturalization Service and US Customs)
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Summary: Abu Dhabi, June 08, 2010, SPA -- Abu Dhabi Customs, a subsidiary directorate to Department of Finance - Abu Dhabi, has signed two Memoranda of Understanding and cooperation recently with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Bureau.
Abu Dhabi Customs said it has signed two MoUs with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Bureau to develop bilateral ties, exchange of information and establish customs academy.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the Department of Homeland Security.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Los Angeles.
As chief of the local Immigration and Customs Enforcement office, Brian Poulson is the Department of Homeland Security's senior immigration enforcer in central California, a post he has held since the 1990s, when his office was called the INS.
In Jackson, Mississippi, the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement is on the floor above the inspectors, and the detention center for deportees is in the basement.
To enlist the aid of local law enforcement personnel in deporting illegals, statewide standards need to be set for what does and does not constitute racial profiling (to prevent the ACLU from suing cities for doing their duty), and the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement needs to do its job.