The Guardian: US resumes extradition of Russians to Russia
As an example, the publication cites the story of a young man who moved from the Russian Federation to the United States to avoid mobilization. The publication claims that he was deported back to Russia.
“U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) remains committed to humane, efficient, and professional immigration enforcement,” U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said in a statement.
They noted that, according to the procedures, Russian citizens are being deported to other countries, including Russia itself.
In January, The Economist reported that two Russians living in Chukotka, who, after the announcement of the mobilization, sailed across the Bering Strait in a boat and reached Alaska, were allowed to stay in the United States. It was noted that the Russians were released on bail after more than three months in prison, they would not be extradited. They were helped by the guarantee of a local pastor of Ukrainian origin.