If you live in a sanctuary city, your city stands to lose billions in federal and state funds. President Trump’s Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday he will begin cracking down on cities that interfere with the enforcement of the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

“Today I’m urging states and local jurisdictions to comply with these federal laws, said Sessions in a press conference on Monday.

Session said failure by cities and states to comply with federal law will result in withholding grants, termination of grants or disbarment of future grants.

“Countless Americans would be alive today … if these policies of sanctuary cities were ended,” Mr. Sessions said after announcing he will withhold up to $4 billion in federal funding from those cities.

Thousands of illegal immigrants have flooded into sanctuary cities such as Los Angeles.

Sessions identified 100 cities that actively interfere with federal agents and prevent them from deporting illegal immigrants.

On Friday ICE streamlined the process, eliminating red tape and mounds of paperwork required by the Obama administration that resulted in delays deporting violent immigrants.