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Former ICE Informant Faces Deportation

El Diario La Prensa, Posted: Mar 03, 2010

NEW YORK Emilio Maya, an Argentine immigrant and resident of Saugerties, in New Yorks Hudson Valley, will have deportation hearings every three months until Feb. 8, 2011, his assigned date to leave the country, reports El Diario La Prensa.

The decision came from a ruling yesterday. Maya along with his sister, Anala Maya, worked as confidential informants for ICE in exchange for obtaining legal documents. But at the hearing, authorities said that Mayas collaboration with ICE was irrelevant. According to the news report, one official told Maya. I do not care what you did in the past with ICE, or what they promised you.

Originally, Maya had to return to Argentina on March 1, but with efforts from Congressman Maurice Hinchey, D-NY, he won a one-year extension to his deportation order. Mayas sister has a scheduled immigration court hearing on Friday, March 5.


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