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AURORA, CO - MAY 30:  Undocumented Mexican immigrant Jeanette Vizguerra holds her three month old daughter Zury in her family apartment on May 30, 2011 in Aurora, Colorado. Vizguerra, a mother of three American children, is facing a deportation hearing July 13 at Denver's Federal Courthouse. Just one of millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States, Vizguerra first came to Colorado from Mexico City with her husband 14 years before. Now a community activist for immigration rights and a small business owner of a janitorial service, she was stopped by a traffic policemen for driving with expired tags and was taken to jail when she could not prove she was in the country legally. She has been out on bail for two years during lengthy court proceedings, but now faces the real possibility that she will be deported back to Mexico and separated from her family in the United States. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
AURORA, CO - MAY 30:  Undocumented Mexican immigrant Jeanette Vizguerra holds her three month old daughter Zury in her family apartment on May 30, 2011 in Aurora, Colorado. Vizguerra, a mother of three American children, is facing a deportation hearing July 13 at Denver's Federal Courthouse. Just one of millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States, Vizguerra first came to Colorado from Mexico City with her husband 14 years before. Now a community activist for immigration rights and a small business owner of a janitorial service, she was stopped by a traffic policemen for driving with expired tags and was taken to jail when she could not prove she was in the country legally. She has been out on bail for two years during lengthy court proceedings, but now faces the real possibility that she will be deported back to Mexico and separated from her family in the United States. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

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Durante una entrevista en Fox sobre los operativos de inmigración, el secretario de Seguridad Nacional John Kelly dijo que el 25% de los detenidos no tiene antecedentes criminales pero tampoco son estudiantes destacados ni personas que no hayan cometido delitos.

Kelly defiende alza en detenciones migratorias

Durante una entrevista en Fox sobre los operativos de inmigración, el secretario de Seguridad Nacional John Kelly dijo que el 25% de los detenidos no tiene antecedentes criminales pero tampoco son estudiantes destacados ni personas que no hayan cometido delitos.