There is a report out that describes inconsistencies of deportations from ICE. Their conclusions are interesting:
The current Administration has not faced the practical reality that it does not have the capacity to suddenly find, detain, and deport some 11 million undocumented immigrants. By failing to face up to its own limitations and prioritize what it can accomplish, it has created a system where a myriad of hidden decisions actually determines who is targeted for immigration enforcement actions.
Whatever the faults may be in our current immigration laws, the manner in which these laws are being administered has resulted in a country in which the location of your home has an outsize influence on whether ICE will target you. This has not resulted in either an efficient or effective system for achieving this Administration’s stated policies or its goals. Nor can such a system be described as meeting this nation’s commitment to the rule of law – a principle that all people and institutions are subject to and accountable to laws that are fairly applied and enforced.