June 17, 2011
DHS Policy No. 10076.1, Director of ICE: In most cases concerning an immigrant who is a crime victim and does not pose security concerns, have a serious criminal history or threaten public safety, “exercising favorable discretion, such as release from detention and deferral or a stay of removal generally, will be appropriate.”
Prosecutorial Discretion: Certain Victims, Witnesses, and Plaintiffs
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