• Maria Cordon

Find people detained by ICE. #www.ice.gov, #https://locator.ice.gov, #Detainees

Updated: Oct 22, 2018

Currently (May 23, 2018), there are two simple ways to find a person over the age of 18 detained by ICE online 24/7 on their website www.ice.gov: #1) A-number and country number of birth or by biographical information: first name, surname, and country of birth.

If ICE stopped me (I am a citizen so this is an only an example to show you how to use the system) people who want to see where I am detained would go to www.ICE.gov, scroll down and find Detainee locator. Currently it is at https://locator.ice.gov. They enter my first name: Maria and my last name: Cordon. They would also enter my country of birth: Guatemala. ICE also has this information in Spanish.

I understand that not knowing where a loved one is causes a lot of anxiety 24/7 and I am trying to help a little. No computer is needed. This search can be done worldwide using a cell phone with Google, Safari, Bing, or similar and Internet connection.

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