The fine print is important here.
"The Capital Area Immigrants' Rights (CAIR) Coalition opposed this bill in the previous Congress, writing:
"[This bill] gives the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) the power to designate as a “criminal gang” any five or more associated people, who violate the law for conduct relating to certain offenses, anywhere in the world, any time in the last five years. [It] stigmatizes immigrants and places people of color at an increased risk of being racially profiled as gang members. We have witnessed firsthand the paltry evidence DHS will provide to assert that someone is a gang member---in one case, the sole evidence was Facebook photos of the person wearing Nike Cortez shoes, because in his country of origin, those shoes are associated with the MS-13. Here, those shoes are known as the shoes Forrest Gump wore. Not all immigrants have criminal history. Not all immigrants are gang members. And DHS and the Congress should remember that non-citizens--including those with criminal history and gang members--have a right to due process.""