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ICE Ends Presumption of Release for All Pregnant Detainees
ICE released ICE Directive 11032.3, stating that ICE has ended the presumption of release for all pregnant detainees. Instead, as with all detainees, absent the requirements of mandatory detention, ICE will complete a case-by-case custody determination taking any special factors into account.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 18032931.
- Letter from Medical Professionals to ICE Against Inhumane Detention Policies for Pregnant Women
- ICE Formalizes Inhumane Detention Policies for Pregnant Women
- ICE Provides FAQs on Identification and Monitoring of Pregnant Detainees
- Public Complaint on Treatment of Pregnant Women by ICE- September 26, 2017