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Mexican woman deported after routine immigration check

Mexican woman deported after routine immigration checkā€

Ms. Garcia De Rayos is now being detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) based on a removal order issued by the Department of Justice's Executive Office for Immigration Review which became final in May 2013.

Any undocumented immigrant convicted or simply charged with a crime who hasn't been adjudicated could be deported under a new Trump administration executive order announced January 25. "I just love her so much", Jacqueline Rayos said.

"[De Rayos] is now being detained by ICE based on a removal order issued by the Department of Justice's Executive Office for Immigration Review which became final in May 2013", the statement read in part.

Mexico warned its citizens living in the United States on Friday to "take precautions" and remain in contact with consular officials a day after the deportation of an undocumented mother following a routine visit with U.S. immigration authorities.

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The Big Three networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) had a field day Thursday in the wake of the deportation of a Mexican woman, Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, from Phoenix, Arizona.

Reyes said his family's "nightmare" began in 2008 when his wife was arrested during a workplace raid ordered by then Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio at a water park in Mesa.

"But Garcia de Rayos was allowed to continue to live in Arizona, under supervision and with regular check-ins with ICE, as member station KJZZ reports". Garcia de Rayos didn't fit that criteria, he said, which is why she was allowed to stay in the US. She was placed into deportation proceedings but given leniency under Obama administration guidelines that targeted immigrants who had committed risky crimes.

"She's working. She's supporting her family", Carroll said. Her deportation came 24 hours later. The meetings stemmed from a 2009 criminal case in which Rayos was convicted of using a phony Social Security number for employment, The New York Times reported.

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Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos went to mass and said a prayer before her immigration check-in Wednesday in Phoenix. She was reportedly held in an ICE facility for six months, and later released on a fine to her husband.

This continued without incident until Wednesday's visit, when she was detained for deportation.

It's unclear if Garcia de Rayos will be deported immediately, or have the opportunity to fight her deportation from a detention center.

Ray Ybarra Maldonado, the immigration attorney representing Garcia de Rayos, said his client was not deemed a priority for deportation under Obama because the administration's focus was on deporting immigrants who were a threat to public safety, had ties to gangs or had committed serious felony offenses. It lost the case on appeal, but Arpaio disbanded the task force that conducted the raids. They then moved to deport her, prompting protests.

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The ministry also noted that the Mexican government, its embassy in the USA and the consular network there would "continue to provide assistance and protection to all Mexicans who require it regardless of their immigration status". Yet one way Trump could get around this reality is by expanding the definition of a criminal offense, which is exactly what he did in his executive order.



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