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The White House on Secure Communities and Deportat... / by Maria Hinojosa | August 26, 2011

Last year more than 400,000 immigrants were deported from the U.S. – a record number. Many were apprehended under a controversial program known as Secure Communities – a deportation program designed to go after violent criminal aliens. Yet, many non-criminals have been apprehended because of it. Now, the Obama administration announced it would review all pending immigration cases and would prioritize the deportations of undocumented violent offenders over undocumented immigrant workers. María Hinojosa discusses the issue with Luis Miranda, Director of Hispanic Media at the White House.


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