DENVER – An undocumented mother of three U.S.-citizen children who was arrested Wednesday by immigration officials in Denver and then taken to Arizona has been deported to Mexico, Denver7 has learned.
Ilse Cristina Rodriguez-Sagarnaga, 30, was arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents when she went to check in with the local ICE field office Wednesday.
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ICE spokesman Carl Rusnok says that Rodriguez-Sagarnaga, a Mexican national, has three misdemeanor convictions in Colorado.
Colorado court records show she pleaded guilty to false reporting in 2010, and harassment.
He says it’s unclear when she first illegally entered the United States, but a federal immigration judge granted her a voluntary departure, and then a final order of removal, in October 2012.
Rusnok says ICE granted Rodriguez-Sagarnaga
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