Free Manuel Duran

Where we’re at Today

Manuel has been under ICE custody for the past 6 months and it is now time for his 180-day custody review (Oct. 2, 2018), which will be conducted by either the ICE Field Officer Director or ICE Headquarters. The agency will be using the same criteria as the 90-day custody review. ICE can detain Manuel indefinitely.

Manuel was granted an emergency stay of removal in May, which is currently protecting him from deportation while the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) reviews Manuel’s petition to reopen his immigration case.

Where we’re at Today

October 2 will mark Manuel’s 6th month under ICE’s custody and it will be time for his 180-Day Custody Review. Since he wasn’t released after his 90-day custody review, ICE had another 90 days to try to deport him. His 180-day custody review will be conducted by the ICE Field Office Director using the same criteria as the 90-day review. ICE can detain Manuel indefinitely.

Manuel is currently safe from deportation because the Board of Immigration Appeals granted an emergency stay of removal pending their decision to reopen Manuel’s case.

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