Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents raided 77 businesses in Northern California, targeting undocumented employees. Indian American Rep. Ro Khanna, D-California, said this is wrong. The law enforcement must prioritize criminals and not tear apart undocumented families who pose no threats to public safety. An owner of a convenience store in Northern California for two decades told India-West: they are all very nervous. All my their employees have proper work authorization, but does this mean they have to carry our papers into the shop every day. Earlier in January, ICE`s Homeland Security Investigations agents hit 100 7-eleven stores nationwide, arresting 21 people. Approximately two-thirds of America`s convenience stores are owned by Indian Americans and other South Asians. James Schwab, public information officer for ICE`s San Francisco,said that this week`s actions involved multiple types of businesses, all unrelated to one another. No arrests were made during the two days, he said.