Stella Dimoko Over 280 People Including Nigerians Arrested In The Largest Immigration And Customs Enforcement Operation in 10 Years In The US


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Thursday, April 04, 2019

Over 280 People Including Nigerians Arrested In The Largest Immigration And Customs Enforcement Operation in 10 Years In The US

This story is the recent brouhaha happening in Allen Texas,a city in Dallas. 
Tens of Nigerians work there, and ICE raided the place on Wednesday with Helicopters flying around, there was no escape route. Nigerians that work there use forged papers or someone else's papers to work and they are so many there likewise Mexicans. 

People should check on their loved ones if any of them lives in Dallas and looks like they haven't gotten their papers; they may be deporting them soon. 

According to,Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security Investigations arrested more than 280 people at an Allen business Wednesday as part of an ongoing criminal investigation, ICE officials say.

HSI officials told NBC 5 that a search warrant was executed at the business as part of an ongoing criminal worksite investigation.

In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, ICE officials said the employees were unlawfully working in the US and were arrested on immigration violations.

"As far as immigration related arrests, this is the largest ICE worksite operation at one site in the last 10 years," said Special Agent in Charge Katrina W. Berger, HSI Dallas.

HSI said the investigation began after officials received a tip that the company, which repairs and refurbishes electronics used in telecommunications, may have knowingly hired illegal aliens and that many of the employees were using fraudulent identification documents.

An audit undertaken in January of the company's I-9 forms indicated numerous hiring irregularities, officials said.

From Texas Sky Ranger, ICE agents could be seen searching and handcuffing a number of people outside CVE Group on Enterprise Boulevard and placing them onto one of five large buses.

"Businesses that knowingly hire illegal aliens create an unfair advantage over their competing businesses," said Berger. "In addition, they take jobs away from U.S. citizens and legal residents, and they create an atmosphere poised for exploiting their illegal workforce."

HSI said all of those arrested and detained Wednesday will be interviewed by ICE staff to determine if they'll remain in custody or if they are to be considered for humanitarian release. In all cases, HSI said, all illegal aliens encountered will be fingerprinted and processed for removal from the United States.

A 24-hour toll-free detainee locator hotline is available for family members of those arrested. The hotline is designed to answer questions, in both English and Spanish, about those detained, their location and status. That number is 1-888-351-4024.


  1. Na wah... Nigeria my country, which way?

  2. This is serious.
    *crosses self*

  3. No comment? Stella seems like a lot of your readers have been picked Especially the ones that keep telling people to move to US. While living like rat and cat doing illegal jobs.

    1. Hahahahahahshshshshshszaa

  4. Truth is if you're illegal (legal entry, then visa overstay) in the US, the government know you. They know who you are, where you work and how to find you. The people they don't know where they are are the undocumented immigrants (mexicans who jumped fence to enter us). The only thing is, us government like cost effective work ie using less resources to catch more people eg now they're happy they've caught 280 people in one swoop. Now that Trump is funding immigration, they will do numerous swoops.

  5. OMGGGGG. This is serious o.

  6. This is a warning to those who are planning to go with a visiting visa and then overstay or stay indefinitely.
    It's a TRAP, don't fall for it no matter how glossy it appears.
    Trump is not leaving anything to chance again.

    1. It's a lie. They caught 280 but there are plenty more. You could be the plenty more. Or even if they catch you, hopefully you've been smart to save some money up to start a better life in nigeria

    2. Annon just listen to yourself. Hope you dont have any family members living illegally in the US...they wont even travel back with kobo. Deportation straight and blacklisted

  7. I live in dallas but had to wait to get my papers before i work,how can you even work here without papers ? Knowing how the law is here,and by the way i heard snitches are now paid by immigration people to list help them with people living and working here unlawfully, so our Nigerians are snitches too,let me check on my friend that i warned sha.

    1. chai ..too bad ..

    2. Shut up, you could not have waited almost 2 years to work. Why the lies? Who was feeding you, paying your bills?. Abi dem dey send you money from Naija? You just want to stump your nose at others in this situation as if you're better and na lie. Get out jooor. Lier oshi.

  8. God I thank you for straightening me out in USA even though I was illegal. I pray you help my brothers& sisters & friends & whoever needs papers in Jesus Name Amen. It's not easy for a legal resident, not to talk of illegals. Chai!

  9. This was the reason why I relocated to Canada. I thank God for canada, far better than the US. I was once hide and seek immigrant. Now I am a citizen of Canada.


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