Immigration does indeed take people into custody and hold them in local jails until they can be transferred to ICE detention facilities. I don't know anything about a new ordinance in SC County that would change this but if that were the case ICE would just move the prisoners somewhere else.
Your guess is as good as anyone else's.
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Immigration holding thousands of people in custody throughout the country. List of ICE detention facilities can be found on ICE website.
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Santa Clara County has not been notifying ICE about undocumented workers but I have had some cases where ICE stepped in anyway. If the arrestee is being charged with a violent crime or has a history of convictions or was previously deported, you can expect ICE to place a hold on the arrestee.