Once Routine, ICE Check-Ins Now Fill Immigrants In U.S. Illegally With Anxiety

Florinda Lorenzo came to the U.S. from Guatemala 14 years ago. She checks in ICE regularly — a requirement stemming from a 2010 arrest, though the charges were later dropped. She says the check-ins have become "painful and stressful" because she

Thousands of immigrants across the country are unsure what to expect when they report for required check-ins with ICE. Some have been detained on the spot, leading to widespread fear and stress.

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