21 Savage

After rapper 21 Savage was picked up by ICE agents in Atlanta for overstaying his visa, questions surrounded his place of birth.

The UK's Daily Mail settled the speculation definitively by producing the rapper's birth certificate which proves he is a British citizen born in London - not Dominica, as he claimed.

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Nicki Minaj, Tomi Lahren

Nicki Minaj is not here for Tomi Lahren's jokes about deporting rapper 21 Savage. The 26-year-old was picked up in an immigration raid by ICE agents in Atlanta on Super Bowl Sunday. Savage, who was born Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph in the UK, was arrested for overstaying his 2006 visa.

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ICE arrest

The Trump administration is encouraged by reports that border crossings of undocumented immigrants dropped sharply over the past few months.

Apprehensions of illegals at the border dropped to 16,600, down 30 percent since February and 64 percent from a year ago under the previous administration.

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ICE Agents

Somalia's Ambassador to the U.S. confirms the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has a list of about 4,000 Somalis they are looking to deport back to East Africa.

"The total number of the Somalis that are in the books … to be removed are close to 4,000,” Ambassador Ahmed Isse Awad told Voice of America.

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents

Tuesday was a routine day for Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez. He began his day by dropping off his 12-year-old daughter at her school in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, Calif.

He had just pulled away from the school and turned onto the main road when, within minutes, his vehicle was boxed in by 2 unmarked black cars.

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents

President Donald Trump was elected by 65 million Americans who grew wary of the former administration's socialist policies and wide open borders.

Among President Trump's key campaign promises was to build a wall to curb drug traffic and keep Americans safe from terrorists.

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