Trumps Plan to Reform immigration. Below are Facts from 2019 from ICE.
ERO enforces U.S. immigration law and primarily arrests aliens for civil violations of U.S. immigration law. In furtherance of this mission, it conducts enforcement actions based on intelligence-driven leads in communities nationwide (at-large arrests) and works with jails and prisons to identify aliens who are amenable to removal and who have been arrested by state or local authorities for criminal activity (custodial arrests). In FY 2019:
ICE removals include both aliens arrested by ERO in the interior of the country and aliens who were apprehended by CBP and turned over to ERO for removal efforts. While ICE’s overall removals increased slightly from FY 2018 to FY 2019, the portion of removals resulting from CBP apprehensions increased significantly during this time period, as a direct result of the border crisis. In FY 2019:
ERO manages a detained and non-detained docket which includes aliens in all stages of the immigration process across the country. During FY 2019, ICE’s detained and non-detained dockets both reached record highs in FY 2019, overwhelmingly due to the historic levels of CBP apprehensions at the Southwest Border. In FY 2019:
Albence announced the newly released national statistics and ERO End of Year Report in the Dallas field office, which covers north Texas and Oklahoma – where the largest number of ICE arrests occurred (16,900), including more than 95% of aliens who either had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges. It should be noted that within these two states, ICE enjoys tremendous cooperation with its law enforcement partners.
All facts come from ICE.com