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US $ 2 billion in immigrant detention within the industry – BBC News


Subscribe to BBC News Under President Barack Obama, the United States has deported nearly two million undocumented immigrants, more than its predecessors. Before being expelled from the U.S., most of these people will be locked up in a detention center. Some have criminal convictions, but most are detained on immigration charges. An unknown federal law enacted in 2006 guarantees that 34,000 undocumented immigrants must be held every day. Most of the centers are run by private companies. The BBC’s Franz Strasser went to Georgia to investigate the $ 2 billion (£ 1.2 billion) arrest and deportation industry. Subscribe
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