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See how US is on track to deport more Europeans this year

The federal crackdown on illegal immigration under President Donald Trump is causing anxiety among Europeans, who consist of about 4 percent of the estimated 11 million people living in this country illegally. A look at how European deportations for all of 2016 compare with totals so far in 2017. Figures for 2017 were provided to The Associated Press by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and are as of June 24:

EUROPEAN COUNTRY 2016 2017*
Romania 176 193
Spain 101 117
United Kingdom 160 102
Russia 94 81
Poland 115 74
Italy 55 71
Turkey 50 66
Ukraine 69 56
Hungary 30 52
France 59 51
Portugal 44 48
Germany 72 47
Albania 32 35
Bosnia-Herzegovina 49 29
Netherlands 25 26
Moldova 15 24
Czech Republic 19 23
Bulgaria 17 21
Ireland 26 18
Slovakia 9 16
Serbia 16 16
Lithuania 17 16
Armenia 21 16
Latvia 8 15
Greece 15 14
Georgia 22 14
Sweden 18 11
Kazakhstan 19 9
Estonia 9 8
Macedonia 7 7
Kosovo 14 7
Montenegro 5 6
Belgium 7 6
Belarus 8 6
Czechoslovakia** 3 5
Azerbaijan 1 4
Croatia 7 4
Switzerland 11 4
Denmark 4 3
Norway 6 3
Finland 2 2
Yugoslavia** 6 2
Austria 8 2
Andorra 0 1
Luxembourg 0 1
San Marino 0 1
Serbia and Montenegro** 1 1
Slovenia 1 1
Iceland 2 1
Liechtenstein 0 0
Malta 0 0
Cyprus 1 0
TOTAL DEPORTATIONS TO EUROPE 1,456 1,336
TOTAL DEPORTATIONS TO ALL COUNTRIES 240,255 167,350
SOURCE: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
* Through June 24, 2017
** ICE did not explain figures provided for former nations.

Source: www.washingtontimes.com stories: Politics

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