Report Finds Incomplete ICE Data on Deported Veterans
WESLACO- Immigration and Customs Enforcement doesn't know how many non-citizen veterans it's deported.
A new report by the Government Accountability Office found over the past five years, ICE failed to consistently follow its own policies when it comes to deporting non-citizen veterans.
While the agency isn't keeping that data, a government watchdog group is releasing it.
It's something CHANNEL 5 NEWS has seen first hand.
Edgar Baltazar decided to enlist in the Army after the September 11th terrorist attacks.
He served six years and fought overseas in Iraq.
Now, he's fighting for his citizenship.
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