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(AJC) — A federal fingerprint-sharing program aimed at deporting criminal illegal immigrants will be operating across all of metro Atlanta by the end of September, according to federal records obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  Forsyth County’s jail is set to join the “Secure Communities” program Dec. 14. Forty-six other Georgia counties — including some of the state’s more populous ones — are scheduled to join by the end of September. Among them are Coweta, Douglas, Fayette, Henry, Paulding and Rockdale.

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