She US government insisted on Wednesday that the majority of migrants arriving at its border are not eligible to remain in the country.
US authorities have clarified their position on this issue in a publication by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on social media.
“Under US immigration law, most non-citizens who come to our border not suitable to remain in the United States. Asylum laws do not provide assistance solely for economic reasons or general violence,” they said on Twitter.
CBP is one of the largest components of the US Department of Homeland Security. His message was echoed in similar tones by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE).
“Las people without legal basis to remain in the United States CAST. “This policy applies to all noncitizens, regardless of nationality, to ensure the orderly and humane processing, transfer, and deportation of single adults, family units, and other individuals determined to be deported. ,” they said on Twitter.
Rejected by the US government for the past seven months, 3,522 cases of Cubans who sought asylum at the Mexican border.
This week the Superior Board of Immigration Appeals rejected the option to consider the form I-220A as a document to access a legal immigration residence in the United States.
The decision is considered a boost to the US Government and a defeat for thousands of Cuban immigrants who entered the country irregularly crossing the southern border since the end of 2021 and are trying to regularize their status under the Cuban Adjustment Act.
Some doors are closed but others remain open. In addition to 40,000 Cubans came to the United States since the approval in January of humanitarian words.
US authorities say they want to irregularize the status of migrants But thousands of people feel desperate and are not ready to wait for a humanitarian parole that will come on an uncertain day. They jump into the sea or cross dangerous migration routes to escape communism.
the US-Mexico border It is considered the most dangerous in the world, with almost 700 migrants dead or missing in 2022. Despite this, there are thousands of Cubans who have sought asylum in the Aztec country because they do not plan to return to the island.