In Southern California, approximately 160 arrests were made last week by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to those "who pose a threat to public safety, border security or the integrity of our nation's immigration system," U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly said in a written statement.
Southern California was not the only place that got hit with sudden arrests, but also other cities across the United States like Chicago, Atlanta, San Antonio and New York City where more than 680 people were arrested.
Yailyn Garcia is a first-generation college student majoring in computer science at USC Viterbi School of Engineering. As a first year, her dreams of being a Trojan have become a reality, but her fear still lives on.
Garcia's family is just one of many who run the risk of being broken apart by Trump's administration, which continues talks over strict immigration laws in the United States.