in an interview on Wednesday from his Plantation office in Broward County, Moore explained he aims to emphasize the deportation of convicted foreigners, but without ignoring those who have no arrest records. #

The Miami Field Office manages ICE detainees at ICE’s Krome Service Processing Center, Broward Transitional Center, The Glades County Detention Center, Baker County Detention Center, MDC Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, Monroe County Detention Center and the Wakulla County Detention Facility. It also oversees field offices in Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Stuart, Tallahassee, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Moore Haven, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. #

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