SFBay Archives: ICE

Rally outside ICE office highlights uncertainty

Dozens of immigration activists rallied Tuesday in support of Fernando Carrillo, released from custody last month after being jailed for more than six months, as he attended a check-in appointment at the San Francisco U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office.

Schaaf dismisses attorney general’s criticism

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, responded to a fresh round of criticism from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions this afternoon, telling reporters:  "No one elected me to be fearful." Sessions condemned her this morning for warning the public about last week's immigration sweeps.

New state law hampers workplace ICE raids

California employers can't voluntarily let immigration officials access private employee records other than I-9 employment eligibility verification forms without a subpoena or a warrant signed by a judge, according to a new state law that went into effect Jan. 1.