It's been nearly one week since protesters began blockading the entrances to the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Portland.
Now, the Occupy ICE movement has begun to spread to other major cities across the country, including Detroit, Los Angeles and New York City.
There's even a website dedicated to tracking the different occupations across the U.S.
In Los Angeles, tents line the sidewalk outside of a detention center as the occupation's official Twitter account promotes itself with pizza and "kick-ass company."
Demonstrators there, as they had in Portland, blocked the entrance to the building's parking facility as ICE employees prepared to leave Friday.