Previously removed immigrants more likely to be rearrested later, study finds

16 diciembre 2014

Unauthorized immigrants who previously have been removed from the US are more likely to be rearrested after leaving jail and are likely to be rearrested much more frequently than those who have never been removed, a study concludes. The findings may be useful for the new federal Priority Enforcement Program, which will target interior immigration efforts more narrowly on those posing a distinct public safety risk.