Law Offices of
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The Law Offices of J. Manuel Acevedo, P.A., are located at 116 North Park Avenue in Sanford, Florida, 32771.
Attorney Acevedo is a lawyer admitted to practice law in Florida, has clients from Florida, the United States, and
other countries, and primarily serves Seminole County, Volusia County, Orange County, and Lake County, and the
following cities: Sanford, Longwood, Lake Mary, Heathrow, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Oviedo, Goldenrod,
Fern Park, Forest City, Midway, Geneva, Chuluota, Winter Springs, Wekiva Springs, Deland, Deltona,
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Number of deportation cases that were filed with the
Immigration Court at Miami Krome from 1992 to 2012
There are different procedures that are used by the government to deport or remove a person
from the United States if the person does not have authorization to be present in the country. The
procedure used depends on the individual circumstances of the person and on the claims raised
by the person. In some cases, if the government seeks to have the person deported or removed,
it is required to file a deportation case with the Immigration Court. In other cases, it is able to
deport the person without having to file a deportation case with the Immigration Court.
Below are deportation statistics related to the number of deportation cases that were filed with
the Immigration Courts at Miami Krome each year from 1992 to 2012, according to TRAC.
En algunos casos, el gobierno tiene que
radicar un caso de deportación con la
Corte antes de poder deportar a la
persona. En otros casos, el gobierno está
exento de radicar una acción de
deportación con la Corte de Inmigración.
Aquí encontrará un listado del número de
deportaciones que el gobierno radicó con
el Tribunal de Inmigración en el Centro
de Detención / Procesamiento Miami
Krome del 1992 al 2012.
Número de Deportaciones
Radicadas con Miami Krome
In 1980, the "Freedom Flotilla" brought
124,769 Cubans from Mariel Harbor
to the shores of Florida.
According to Immigration and Customs
Enforcement, the Krome Service
Processing Center (SPC) was
established in response to the influx of
refugees coming from Cuba at that time.
According to a report by the American
Bar Association Delegation to the
Krome Service Processing Center, the
facility is designed for a minimum
capacity of 435, operational capacity of
580, and an emergency capacity of 850
The Krome Immigration Court is
located at 18201 S.W. 12th Street,
Building #1, Suite C, in Miami, Florida,
Credit: Immigrations and Customs
Enforcement | American Bar
Association | Executive Office for
Krome Detention Center