Immigration Agency Steps up Deportation Work The federal immigration agency has lost track of some 400,000 illegal aliens who've been ordered deported, but have disappeared into society. There are only 700 deportation officers and they have an overwhelming workload. But now there's a new effort to help them track down these absconders.
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Immigration Agency Steps up Deportation Work

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Immigration Agency Steps up Deportation Work

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Immigration Agency Steps up Deportation Work

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The federal immigration agency has lost track of some 400,000 illegal aliens who've been ordered deported, but have disappeared into society. There are only 700 deportation officers and they have an overwhelming workload. But now there's a new effort to help them track down these absconders.