The beginning of the ICE raids in 10 major U.S. cities, with the intention to deport one million people

The mayor of new York bill De Blasio stated that he receives reports that the city has already happen raids on immigrantsfacing deportation.

It was expected that the mass raids by ICE will begin on Sunday, July 14, but on Saturday, De Blasio tweeted that the agents already operating in new York.

According to him, the staff of ICE was «aimed» at sunset Park in Brooklyn and Harlem. De Blasio added that his city will not cooperate with ICE.

Lawyers now explain to immigrants their rights, including how to respond if the agents did not show a warrant signed by a judge.

Immigrants who have been issued orders to leave the country as the government targets at least 10 major U.S. cities.

Raids take place in Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, new York and San Francisco, said a senior immigration officer.

New Orleans is also in the list, but U.S. immigration and customs authorities said they would suspend our activities in the areas affected by tropical storm Barry.

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The acting Director of the office of citizenship and immigration USA Ken Cuccinelli said that ICE would not comment on details of the raids, but added that the priority would be to arrest those suspected of criminal offences, not just illegal border crossing.

On the question of whether children separated from their parents, Cucinelli said could not disclose operational information. But he noted that families are included in a million people facing deportation.

Many illegal migrants stocked up on groceries and planned to stay in their homes with the lights off and blinds.

Kent Cuccinelli described the raids as a normal practice ICE, and pointed to statistics showing that ICE deported fewer people under the President of Donald trump, than under President Barack Obama.