Wednesday, February 1, 2023

US deports 72,000 migrants caught between Chihuahua and Texas

Ciudad Juarez, Chih. A total of 72,356 of the 106,561 immigrants caught in the region in the past two months were deported under Title 8 because it is a second or more time that they crossed without permission and political asylum or permission to stay are ineligible for United States of america.

In addition, 34,205 immigrants from Central and South America and other countries were deported under Covid Title 42, which was implemented under the administration of former US President Donald Trump.

The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency reported that “over the past two months in the El Paso, Texas sector, thousands of migrants were apprehended and deported back to the region, or at least airlifted to their places of origin”. shipped on.

Until Title 8, immigrants would be interviewed by border agents, who must determine whether there is credible reason to fear remaining in the country. If they determine it doesn’t exist, there will be immediate deportation.

If agents feel there is credible reason to fear, the immigrants must be referred to a formal hearing process before an immigration judge, which means they will be allowed into the country while all protocols are followed and They will be allowed. To enjoy some temporary benefits.

Immigration officials will still be able to resort to the “remain in Mexico” policy which still allows them to deport applicants to Mexico pending an asylum case decision.

The federal government of the United States imposes more restrictions under Title 8 for immigrants who waive their will to enter the country.

In 2020, there were 203,608 apprehensions under Title 8 and 197,043 under Title 42.

The numbers changed in fiscal year 2021 when there were 618,896 apprehensions under Title 8 and 1,040,220 under Title 42.

In this fiscal year 2022, there have been 375,819 evictions under Title 8 and 426,819 evictions under Title 42.

Title 42 was invoked by the Donald Trump administration to expel immigrants who tried to enter the country illegally across the border, on the grounds that the country was in the midst of a health crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Was. ,

CBP recognizes the increase in migrants in the past two months, as more than 100,000 migrants have been encountered (arrested) at the border, a 260 percent increase.

There have been 106,561 encounters in the past two months, with El Paso leading the way in unregulated crossings in nine areas covered by the Border Patrol on the border with Mexico, followed by Del Rio, with 90,482 migrant encounters.

For its part, the report shows that the number of people in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador continues to decline, while countries such as Nicaragua, Venezuela and Cuba continue to increase.

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