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NYC school turns away federal immigration agent looking for 4th grader

NYC school turns away federal immigration agent looking for 4th grader

NEW YORK POST reports:

An immigration agent tried to search for a fourth-grader at Queens school — but was sent packing by staff, according to city officials.

“Mayor’s been briefed on a federal immigration agent showing up at Queens’ PS58 Thurs. asking about a 4th grader. School turned him away,” Mayor de Blasio’s press secretary Eric Phillips tweeted. 

The federal agent didn’t have a warrant, Phillips added.

The Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Affairs said immigration agents are not welcome in New York’s public schools.

“All students, regardless of status, welcome in @NYCSchools. Fed imm enforcement is not,” the agency tweeted.

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