ICE issued a new memo dictating the grounds for which people can be deported for the next 90 days. Officers will need preapproval from a senior manager before trying to deport anyone who is not a recent border crosser, a national security threat, or a criminal offender with an aggravated felony conviction. Republicans criticized the measure, and the party’s members on the House Oversight and Judiciary committees sent a letter to the Secretary of DHS expressing “serious concerns” with the memo. DHS officials said the new rules do not exempt anyone from enforcement or deportation but rather provide directions to ICE officers.

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New ICE memo sets different priorities for agency.