How do people get caught for deportation by immigration?

  •  If you are in criminal custody, you may be turned you over to immigration.
  • If you apply to renew your Green Card and have a criminal conviction, immigration will learn of the criminal conviction once they take your fingerprints.
  •  When you apply for citizenship and you have a criminal conviction, immigration will be notified.
  •  If you travel abroad and try to re-enter the United States with a fraudulent Green Card or criminal conviction that renders you inadmissible or deportable, immigration is going to stop you at the border.
  •  Immigration has a task force that looks for people who have criminal convictions for certain offenses, like sex offenders. They will detain you at your home and place you into removal proceedings.