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Old 01-13-2005, 07:46 PM
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Dallas, TX 75247
Phone: 214-905-5887
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New Orleans, LA 70113
Phone: 504-599-7785
Area of Responsibility: Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee

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8940 Fourwinds Drive
San Antonio, TX 78239
Phone: 210-967-7007
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630 Sansome Street, Rm 590
San Francisco, CA 94111
Phone: 415-844-5512
Area of Responsibility: Northern California, Northern Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, and Guam

Field Office Director, Phoenix
2035 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: 602-379-3426
Area of Responsibility: Arizona

Field Office Director, Seattle
1000 2nd Ave., Suite 2650
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206-553-4146
Area of Responsibility: Washington, Oregon, and Alaska

Field Office Director, Los Angeles
300 North Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: 213-830-7900
Area of Responsibility: Metropolitan Los Angeles area, and Southern Nevada (Las Vegas area)

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4730 Paris Street
Denver, CO 80239
Phone: 303-371-1067
Area of Responsibility: Colorado, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming

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San Diego, CA 92188
Phone: 619-557-6117
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Thank You so much for posting this! I have made this thread a sticky so it's easier for people to locate when they need it
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Angry yeah she is useless

you dont want to know how many times ive tried that woman she never answers her phone and never replies to her voice mail. i found this a few weeks ago so imagine how many times ive tried to call her. i think she took a jimmy hoffa holiday . who knows
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Default the fed locater should work for aliens too

if the person is bieng deported technically they would be in b.o.p. custody so why cant you look in the fed locater instead of trying these region offices?
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if the person is bieng deported technically they would be in b.o.p. custody so why cant you look in the fed locater instead of trying these region offices?
Well for me, my Hubby is incarcerated in a FL state facility right now, and was overlooked for his last teleconference with the IJ. So, now I can call the regional office that handles FL to see if I can get any information. The automated number just says "Pending" which is no help at all.
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i have a question how do i find someone that is a immigrat in Ga? i dont know where he is and his family wont tell me. i have looked up and done locaters but i cant find him
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Field Office Director, Phoenix
2035 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: 602-379-3426
Area of Responsibility: Arizona
Wanted to give a phone number update on this, it is now 602-257-5900
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is there anyway to search online for someone who has a detainer, but is not in federal custody?
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thank you for the help....
My hubby is in federal right now detain by ICE....
Does someone knows how long is the process???? thank you
And by the way are there any visits for them...
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I called this number and it didnt work????

Field Office Director, Los Angeles
300 North Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: 213-830-7900
Area of Responsibility: Metropolitan Los Angeles area, and Southern Nevada (Las Vegas area)


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Default michigan

what about michigan? i heard is in detroit.. is it true?
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I am searching for my fiance Jose Rene Parada Rivera. He was taken in custody I think in march or april over a year ago. His family and I are very worried about him because noone has heard a word from him. He has not been deported yet I don't think, because his family in mexico has not heard from him either. Its as if he's been deleted. Can someone please help me I can't afford any kind of investigator and I feel that something is not quite right.
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I am searching for my fiance Jose Rene Parada Rivera. He was taken in custody I think in march or april over a year ago. His family and I are very worried about him because noone has heard a word from him. He has not been deported yet I don't think, because his family in mexico has not heard from him either. Its as if he's been deleted. Can someone please help me I can't afford any kind of investigator and I feel that something is not quite right.
I know that feeling, I'm going through the same thing since yesterday, like yours he just vanish, nobody knows anything and they keep asking me if I'm sure about the info that I have ..... hopefully by now you know something about yours!
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ICE announces launch of Online Detainee Locator System
WASHINGTON - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced today the launch of ICE's Online Detainee Locator System (ODLS), a public, Internet-based tool designed to assist family members, attorneys and other interested parties in locating detained aliens in ICE custody. The creation and implementation of the ODLS is a concrete example of ICE's commitment to detention reform.

The ODLS is located on ICE's public website, http://www.ice.gov, and provides users with information on the location of the detention facility where a particular individual is being held, a phone number to the facility and contact information for the ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations office in the region where the facility is located. A brochure explaining how to use the ODLS is also available on the website in the following languages: English, Spanish, French, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic and Somali.

"The ODLS is an easy, accessible tool that allows family members and counsel to locate an individual in ICE custody in a matter of minutes," said Phyllis Coven, acting director of ICE's Office of Detention Policy and Planning. "ICE is making great strides in our effort to translate the principles of reform into innovative, practical and timely solutions."

ODLS users will be able to locate detained aliens by two different search methods. First, users can search by entering an individual's alien registration number, also known as their "A" number, and their country of birth. Users can also search by entering an individual's first name, last name, country of birth and date of birth.

Since the ODLS will be available for use on ICE's public website, the agency is committed to ensuring detainee privacy while making ODLS a useful tool for family members, attorneys and other related parties. Therefore, responses to ODLS queries are only generated if the data entered is an exact match of data in the system.

ICE will properly notify detained aliens that the accuracy of biographical information they provide to the agency will be very important in allowing their family members and counsel to locate them using the ODLS. Likewise, ODLS users will need to ensure that the information they are entering into the system (e.g.: proper spelling of a detained alien's first and last name) is correct.

The ODLS will not provide any additional biographical information about an individual detainee other than what the user has already entered into the system. For instance, if a user searches by first name, last name and country of birth, the system will not provide the detainee's "A" number and vice versa. ICE intentionally limits the availability of this data within the ODLS to ensure that users cannot phish the system for information.

On Aug. 6, 2009, ICE Director John Morton announced that the agency was undertaking sweeping reforms of the immigration detention system to improve medical and mental healthcare, conditions of confinement, fiscal prudence and ICE's critical oversight of the system. ICE's Office of Detention Policy and Planning (ODPP) was also created to August 2009 to spearhead the agency's detention reform efforts.

The creation and activation of the ODLS is one of many concrete steps ICE is taking to implement these reforms. To learn more about ICE's detention reform, please visit: http://www.ice.gov/dro/detention-reform. An ODLS brochure is available by visiting the following URL: http://www.ice.gov/news/library/factsheets/odls.htm.
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Wow it is about time. I can remember waiting almost a week to find out where my husband was becuase they kept transfering him and all the facility could tell me was yes he was here but he was transfered and they couldnt even tell me where to. I just tried to use it but my husband isnt in custody so he did not come up.

Anyone have someone with ICE right now that could confirm it works?

It says that it is updated within 8 hours. That isn't too bad.
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Ok some info on the locator. If you have the A# it works great (keep in mind that usually the A# starts with 0 but most people just give you the number starting with the 2nd diget so if the number you have is only 8 digest then start with a 0). It works great gives you the facility and everything.

If you do not have the A # the system does not work well.

I put in my husbands name and info and nothing came up. Even tried to spell the name differently...nothing. After getting the A number I realized they had him listed with both his last names with a - inbetween. You have to spell the name exact. So I tried with both his last names and still nothing. Well come to find out they have his birthday listed as 1977 well he is born in 1979. So if they have 1 bit of info wrong then you can't find them.

So always try to get the A# asap works so much better.
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That's the way it is with BOP.gov inmate locator too. I put in as little info as possible on that system, don't know if INS is the same.
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Well you pretty much have to either have the A # or you have to know everything about the person and they way ICE has them in the system...
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Another update. My husband was moved from North Georgia detention at 4am yesterday morning. He made it to Mexico no lter then 5:30 pm (that is when he called me not sure exactly when he got there) and as of 8:30 this morning the locator still says he is in custudy in North Georgia.

I know they will not say in transit and they will update when he is at a new location and it says it might take 8 hours to update but it has been 15 hours since he arrived in Mexico. So not sure when they will actually change that status but I will keep checking.
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It has been more then 48 hours (prob like 52) since my husband has been at Georgia Detention but the locator still shows him there. I will keep checking and let you know when it finally updates.
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my husband is in robetson unit, he was given a felony for invasion of habitat which gave him 15yrs then he was given 40yrs aggravated robbery for another case which is being reversed thank god.husband was issued appearance for immigration. due to Immigration paperwork summission.
but he was locked up at time of recieving paperwork my question is that what can i do to resumitt the paperwork to try to keep him here
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dani if he was given 15 years there probably isnt much chance that he can stay. If you get more then 1 year it is pretty much automatic that you will be deported. But you still should consult with an criminal immigration lawyer to see if there is any hope.

Also a follow up to my previous posts. It was more then a week before the system finally showed that my husband wasnt with immigration after he was deported.
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The immigration advocates that the agency might take another look at someone that will be displays. The image which are used for the online detainee locators system of a little girl and an adult woman searching for someone in the computer screen. The immigration will be for the detained the alien locators.
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Thanks for your help.I got the information what I was searching online.
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Hello, my exhusband got arrested on a Probabtion violation and was sentenced to 30 days.. Then ICE got ahold of him and after try and try and several attempts to fight it, they are still holding him.. It has been very hard for his kids because since his arrest, he has been gone for 2 1/2 yrs!! He has appealed to the 9th courts.. That was over 1 yr ago.. do you know how long it usually takes?
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