United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement or I.C.E. is the largest agency within the Department of Homeland Security and is responsible for enforcing federal laws regarding border control, customs, trade and immigration.
Immigration enforcement is the largest single area of responsibility for ICE.
The main activity is to discover and decipher all criminal actions and threats that may exist against the security of our borders, transportation, the economy and the infrastructure of the United States of America.
The divisions or Departments of I.C.E. work ceaselessly with a fixed target, the protection of the nation and maintain public safety of the country collaborating with each other. ICE agents strive to help businesses secure a lawful workforce and enforce immigration laws against those who encourage and rely on unauthorized workers, sometimes taking advantage of their situation to offer low pay and inadequate conditions.
These divisions are as follows:
Office of Intelligence – collects and analyzes data to provide information and tactical strategies to all divisions and departments operating.
Office of Congressional Relations OCR
Enforcement and removal Operations ERO. This department is responsible to make sure that the immigration laws of the United States are met.
Homeland security Investigations HSI
Office of Principal Legal Advisor OPLA
Office of Professional Responsibility OPR
All the Departments of I.C.E. are inter related and provide information of all kinds to assure the security of the American public. The objective is that the immigration laws at the federal and state levels are met.
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Always consultwith anexperienced immigration attorney who is a law graduate and certified in the United States of America by the Board of Immigration Appeals Federal Department of Justice. Consult with The State Bar of Texas.
When you consult with an immigration attorney it is important that you are able to speak with an actual attorney. No one besides an attorney is able to give you legal advice, even an attorney’s assistant cannot give you legal advice, you must speak with an actual licensed attorney. You must also be able to understand the attorney. The attorney must either speak a language you understand or have a competent interpreter that will allow you to understand what the attorney is saying. If you cannot communicate with the attorney they will not be able to provide you safe advice. Never hire an attorney that you have not spoken with.
Speaking with an experienced and skilled immigration attorney is the first step when dealing with any immigration issue. An experienced attorney authorized to practice immigration law in Dallas, throughout Texas, and in all fifty states can assure that your case moves forward as quickly as possible and is handled correctly.