Who/What: ICE (Immigration and customs enforcement) enforce the immigration laws with customs and border protection. The main mission of ICE, according to the ICE government website, is to identify and apprehend criminal aliens and other priority aliens in the US and to hold and remove aliens arrested in the interior of the United States as well as at the borders.
Where: Mostly on the border from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
How many deported: 240,255 removals total. Of the 101,586 aliens removed who had no criminal conviction, 95 percent, or 96,572, were apprehended at or near the border or ports of entry. 58 percent of all ICE removals, or 138,669, were previously convicted of a crime.