The New York Times published a lengthy profile on the immigration crackdown last week.
It covered what the government is calling “a massive operation” in the state of Mexico, and also the role of the Federal Police in the crackdown.
The article included a few interesting tidbits about the state and the country: In the past two weeks, the federal police has arrested more than 1,200 people, according to a press release.
Some of the people arrested have been in custody for days, or even weeks.
One person was even sent to a prison where he has been held since his arrest.
More than 60,000 people have been deported, according the press release, which noted that most of the cases were related to immigration violations.
The Mexican government is also trying to deport people from the US, including citizens and legal permanent residents.
A number of people living in the US are expected to be detained, and a number of them are facing deportation as well, the press report said.
One of those individuals, a Mexican citizen, was arrested in New York City, where he was staying at a hotel, according a report from the Associated Press.
The Associated Press also reported that an investigation by Mexican news channel Univision found that the Federal Office of Migration and the Interior Ministry in Mexico are working together to deport hundreds of people in the country.
The department has also taken in more than 600 migrants from the United States since October.
The AP noted that the Mexican government has said that the number of deportations could reach more than 3,000 in a few days.
According to a report by the Associated Business Journal, some people in Mexico’s cities have been arrested for “illegal entry.”
The Federal Office for Migration and Citizenship said it has arrested about 3,500 people for illegal entry, including over 6,000 who were convicted of a felony offense and are being deported.