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Author Topic: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border

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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #345 on: 17 May 2022 at 11:44 »
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/us-officials-encountered-234000-migrants-southern-border-april-new-hig-rcna29124

U.S. officials encountered 234,000 migrants at southern border in April, a new high

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U.S. border officials encountered 234,088 migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border in April, topping March’s 22-year high of just over 221,000, according to a court document filed Monday.

April marks the fourth time in the Biden administration that monthly border encounters have topped 200,000. Each undocumented migrant who either reports to the authorities at legal ports of entry or tries to cross illegally and is caught is tallied as an encounter.

Numbers for May are so far consistent with those in April. According to internal Customs and Border Protection data obtained by NBC News, last week CBP encountered an average of just over 7,400 migrants a day. If the trend continues for 30 days, CBP would have a monthly encounter rate of just under 230,000.

The April figure is likely to heighten pressure from Republicans and some Democrats on the Biden administration to maintain an anti-Covid public health measure known as Title 42, which has blocked over 1.7 million migrants from staying in the U.S. to seek asylum. Those opposed to lifting the order say doing so could overwhelm an already strained system responsible for processing immigrants, adjudicating their claims and, in some cases, deporting them back to their home countries.

In April, 96,908 of the more than 234,000 migrants were expelled back to Mexico under Title 42. The percentage of migrants being subjected to Title 42 has dropped since the beginning of the order in March 2020, in part because of Mexico’s refusal to take back migrants of certain nationalities and in part because Mexico stops taking in returned migrants whenever its shelters along the border reach capacity.

Department of Homeland Security officials estimate that more than 170,000 migrants who have been subjected to Title 42 are waiting in camps in northern Mexico, hoping to enter the U.S. when the order lifts on May 23, and say others may be motivated to leave their home countries and try to emigrate.

Judges in Texas and Louisiana may issue orders in the coming days that would, at least temporarily, keep Title 42 in place.
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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #346 on: 17 May 2022 at 20:44 »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10826311/Mayorkas-visits-border-Biden-waits-federal-judge-block-end-Title-42.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ico=taboola_feed

-Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas visited the southern border on Tuesday as the country prepares for an end of Title 42 on May 23

-He met with border patrol agents as they brace for a massive migration influx 

-Customs and Border Protection officials made 234,088 stops on the Mexican border in April
It is a 5.8% increase from 221,303 in March and represents a 22-year high

-The figure is expected to triple once Title 42 ends next week

-Images emerged of migrants boarding a removal flight to Guatemala out of the Valley International Airport in Harlingen, Texas on Tuesday

-It was determined that they do not have a legal basis to remain in the U.S


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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #347 on: 21 May 2022 at 11:01 »
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/immigration-migrant-children-us-border-custody-unaccompanied-minors-2021/#app

12,212 migrant children reentered U.S. border custody alone in 2021 after being expelled

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12,212 migrant children reentered U.S. border custody alone in 2021 after being expelled

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Updated on: May 20, 2022 / 8:53 PM / CBS News

Federal judge to rule on Title 42 immigration law 06:14

More than 12,000 migrant children reentered U.S. border custody as unaccompanied minors in fiscal year 2021 after being expelled to Mexico, typically with their parents, under the Title 42 pandemic restrictions, unpublished government statistics obtained by CBS News show.

Over a 12-month span beginning in October 2020, U.S. Border Patrol agents processed 12,212 unaccompanied migrant minors who had been previously expelled under Title 42, according to internal Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

The statistic provides a glimpse into one of the unintended consequences of the Title 42 policy: migrant parents opting to "self-separate" from their children to allow them to enter the U.S. as unaccompanied minors, who have not been subject to the pandemic-era border expulsions since November 2020.

Government officials and advocates have previously described the "self separations" among migrant families during Title 42's enforcement, but the Border Patrol figure shows how widespread the phenomenon was last year. Unlike the Trump administration, the Biden administration declined to use Title 42 to expel unaccompanied minors.

The data also show these self-separations and repeat crossings by migrant children were some of the factors that contributed to record arrivals of unaccompanied minors to the U.S. southern border in fiscal year 2021.

Border Patrol reported processing 144,834 unaccompanied children in fiscal year 2021, a historic number that prompted the Biden administration to set up makeshift shelters at work camps, military sites and convention centers to alleviate dangerous overcrowding at border processing facilities.

In this March 30, 2021, file photo, young minors lie inside a pod at a Department of Homeland Security holding facility in Donna, Texas. Dario Lopez-Mills / AP

While border arrivals of unaccompanied children in the current fiscal year have not reached the monthly records set last year, they've remained well above historical trends and are on track to come close to the nearly 145,000 Border Patrol apprehensions recorded in fiscal year 2021, CBP figures indicate.

Seven months into fiscal year 2022, Border Patrol has encountered more than 84,000 unaccompanied minors along the Mexican border, according to the CBP data.

Advocates for asylum-seekers said the self-separations among migrant families is one of reasons they believe the U.S. should discontinue Title 42, a public health authority first invoked by the Trump administration in March 2020 that has allowed U.S. officials to quickly expel migrants without hearing their asylum claims.

"Expelling families under Title 42 has forced parents to make the unbearable choice of keeping their children with them in danger or sending them alone to safety in the United States. No family should have to make that decision," said Lee Gelernt, an American Civil Liberties Union attorney challenging the expulsions in court.

The Biden administration has been "well-aware of this phenomenon" of self-separations among migrants families and some officials have cited it as a reason to end Title 42, a U.S. official told CBS News, requesting anonymity to discuss internal deliberations.

"Smugglers have no regard for the lives of migrants, and by encouraging parents to send their children alone to cross the border, smugglers are putting those children in danger of exploitation, abuse, and even death," Department of Homeland Security spokesperson Eduardo Silva told CBS News.

"No matter what smugglers say, the United States continues to enforce its immigration laws, and families should not put their lives at risk by taking this dangerous journey," Silva added.

This is not the first time migrant families have separated in response to a U.S. border policy. During the Trump administration, U.S. government shelters received more than 700 migrant children who had been previously sent back to Mexico with their parents to await their asylum hearings there.

After defending Title 42 as a necessary public health measure for over a year, the Biden administration in early April said it would stop the expulsion policy in late May, citing improving pandemic conditions, including the availability of vaccines.

On Friday, however, a federal judge in Louisiana overseeing a lawsuit filed by Republican state attorneys general blocked Title 42's termination, which was set for May 23. If upheld, the ruling could require the CDC to continue the policy for months.

Unaccompanied minor Kaylee Samantha, 7, who said she came alone from Mexico, gets off of a small inflatable raft onto U.S. soil after being delivered by a smuggler in Roma, Texas, Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Dario Lopez-Mills / AP

The Trump administration used Title 42 across the board, using it to expel more than 15,000 unaccompanied children until November 2020, when a federal judge blocked the practice. Soon after President Biden took office, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention formally exempted unaccompanied children from Title 42.

The Biden administration has mainly used Title 42 to expel single adult migrants, but it has also expelled some families traveling with children. To date, U.S. border officials have carried out 1.4 million expulsions during Mr. Biden's first 15 months in office, according to an analysis of CBP figures.

U.S. law requires border officials to transfer most unaccompanied children to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) within three days of encountering them. HHS houses these minors in shelters and other facilities until they turn 18 or are placed with a sponsor, who is typically a family member.

As of Friday, there were more than 9,000 unaccompanied migrant children in HHS care, according to department data.

Title 42 has also fueled soaring rates of repeat border crossings among migrant adults, many of whom are trying to re-enter the U.S. unlawfully after being expelled to Mexico. Border Patrol has recorded a 27% recidivism rate so far this fiscal year, compared to a 7% rate in fiscal year 2019, before the pandemic.

DHS officials said the high recidivism rate would decrease when Title 42 is lifted because border officials will be able to refer more repeat crossers for criminal prosecution and deport additional migrants under the expedited removal process, which imposes a 5-year banishment from the U.S.

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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #348 on: 29 May 2022 at 12:38 »
The flood will soon become a tsunami once the speed bump of Title 42 is removed.

https://www.axios.com/2022/05/25/migrants-wait-us-doorstep-title-42-asylum-immigration

As many as 50,000 migrants waiting to cross U.S.-Mexico border

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As many as 50,000 migrants are waiting in Mexican shelters for a chance to cross the border, hoping to run out the clock on Title 42, the COVID-era rule limiting entry to the U.S., according to internal documents reviewed by Axios.

Why it matters: That's double the estimate from back in March, when Axios first reported on the government's preparations for a "mass migration event."


The administration's internal data now counts about 8,000 people attempting to cross the southwest border each day — an enormous number.It reflects growing numbers of migrants from Cuba, Colombia, Haiti and Peru as well as traditional centers of Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Mexico.Documents show Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) releasing roughly 1,200 migrant adults and 1,300 family members into the U.S. every day.

The big picture: A judge intervened last week to block the Biden administration's plans to end Title 42, which allows the rapid expulsion of asylum seekers.

But tens of thousands of migrants already are poised along the border, with many expected to attempt to cross despite the May 20 ruling.

Driving the news: The documents were discussed in a high-level, interagency meeting which took place on Friday before the Title 42 ruling was issued, according to two sources familiar with the details.

They show Department of Homeland Security intelligence tracking between 40,000 and 50,000 migrants now waiting in Mexican shelters to cross. That includes more than 10,000 Haitians.

What they're saying: "DHS uses a variety of intelligence and reports to plan for outcomes at our border," a DHS spokesperson told Axios in a statement, adding projections are not fixed "due to the complex and fluid nature of migration."

The spokesperson emphasized Title 42 continues to be used for adults and families and the agency "continues to execute its comprehensive, whole-of-government plan to manage increases in the number of migrants encountered at our border, as outlined by Secretary Mayorkas in an April 26 memo."

In a video published Tuesday, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said that "the U.S. Border Patrol already is managing numbers at historic levels due to large movements of people fleeing violence, corruption, poverty, climate change and other hardships."

He said that "numbers could rise further from confusion over recent court orders and as smugglers continue to peddle misinformation to make a profit."One senior DHS official criticized the fixation on Title 42, telling Axios, "We're at surge levels now."

What we're hearing: Border Patrol recently has had to release dozens of migrants directly into El Paso communities as non-governmental organizations who typically take in migrants have been at capacity, according to one of the documents viewed by Axios.

Recent reports show shelters on both sides of the border reaching capacity, in locations including Ciudad Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas.Some migrants have waited for months and even taken up jobs in Mexico while waiting for access to the U.S. asylum system, as the New York Time's Miriam Jordan reported.DHS officials are concerned about having enough funds to handle the number of people they are expecting to attempt to cross, and have been asking the White House for additional resources, NBC News reported.

The bottom line: The border remains a massive political liability for Democrats and President Biden and an issue that has no simple solutions.

Editor's note: This story has been updated with a statement from a DHS spokesperson.

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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #349 on: 29 May 2022 at 14:51 »
You’d think the wall would be the best way of Beaner control?! I think the best way would be to use the Beaners as weapons ! Stick them in Alaska and push them over the straight to Russia! They seem to think it’s acceptable to put mud into the EU’s doorstep?
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