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Undocumented Immigrants Are Now Mostly Protected From Arrest at Homeless Shelters, Playgrounds and Vaccination Sites. But It’s Still Hard to Feel Safe

Biden administration has dramatically expanded an existing federal list of areas where immigration officials are prohibited from making arrests. The most recent DHS guidelines, announced October 27, now include all health care facilities, locations for disaster-related assistance, domestic violence shelters, drug or alcohol treatment facilities — and pretty much anywhere that children gather, like playgrounds, school bus stops, recreational centers, and after-school care.