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  • ICE To Close Artesia, Moves Forward with Opening Dilley(476 KB - 11/18/2014)
    ICE press release announcing that as of 11/7/14, ICE ceased intake of individuals at the Artesia detention center and has begun the draw-down process to cease operations at Artesia by the end of 2014. ICE plans to open a new family detention center in Dilley, Texas in December 2014.
    AILA Doc. No. 14111849.
  • SEVP Deploys New Class of Field Representatives(881 KB - 11/17/2014)
    As of 11/17/14, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) deployed 14 additional field representatives across the U.S., who will serve as liaisons between the nearly 9,000 U.S. schools that enroll international students and SEVP. SEVP now has 28 field representatives based in 21 states.
    AILA Doc. No. 14111742.
  • ICE Will Provide Children at Artesia with Education(549 KB - 10/15/2014)
    ICE press release announcing children at the Artesia Family Residential Center will be provided with one-hour daily instruction blocks in subjects including science, social studies, mathematics, reading, writing, and physical education. AMIkids will manage and administer the program.
    AILA Doc. No. 14101540.
  • ICE to Open Additional Facility in South Texas to House Adults with Children(555 KB - 9/23/2014)
    ICE announcement that it plans to open and operate a new facility in early November in Dilley, Texas to detain adults with children in response to the influx of individuals apprehended along the Southwest border. Facility has capacity for 2,400 individuals.
    AILA Doc. No. 14092347.
  • South Texas ICE Detention Facility to House Adults with Children(555 KB - 8/7/2014)
    ICE news release stating that beginning 8/1/14, and in response to the influx of families that have been detained at the southern border, ICE will use its civil detention facility in Karnes City to house adults with children.
    AILA Doc. No. 14080740.
  • SEVP Message for International Students Enrolled at Micropower Institutes and Affiliated Schools(576 KB - 8/7/2014)
    SEVP message that it removed all principal Designated School Officials and Designated School officials from Micropower Institutes and affiliated schools. Nonimmigrant students who have questions about their options can contact the SEVP Response Center.
    AILA Doc. No. 14080762.
  • ICE Announces 192 Criminal Arrests for Human Smuggling in Rio Grande Valley(565 KB - 7/23/2014)
    ICE press release announcing that as part of ICE’s ongoing operations to crack down on human smuggling in the Rio Grande Valley, 192 smugglers and their associates have been arrested on criminal charges since 6/23/14.
    AILA Doc. No. 14072342.
  • DHS Launches Enhanced “Study in the States” Website(493 KB - 7/1/2014)
    DHS announcement that four new features have been added to ICE’s website for schools and international students, Study in the States, including an interactive glossary, an “ask a question” section, an enhanced school search page, and a mobile-ready version of the website.
    AILA Doc. No. 14070144.
  • ICE SEVP Announcement on I-901 SEVIS Mobile Site(541 KB - 6/20/2014)
    ICE Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) announcement that F and M students and J exchange visitors can now access information regarding their I-901 SEVIS fee on mobile devices at
    AILA Doc. No. 14062050.
  • SEVP Spotlight Newsletter, April 2014 (Vol. 4, Issue 2)(798 KB - 4/30/2014)
    April 2014 quarterly newsletter called “SEVP Spotlight” providing information on the I-901 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) fee payment process, upcoming draft guidance, and more.
    AILA Doc. No. 14043040.
  • Webinar on ICE Efforts to Combat Violence Against Women During Immigration Enforcement and Detention(482 KB - 1/23/2014)
    DHS’s Council on Combating Violence Against Women and ICE provide a webinar training on 1/28/14 on ICE”s efforts to combat violence against women during immigration enforcement and in immigration detention. Registration information included.
    AILA Doc. No. 14012340.
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