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The US pacts with Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala to shield their borders with the military to block the way to migrants


"That will not only prevent traffickers, smugglers and cartels from taking advantage of children, but they will also be more protected," says a presidential adviser.

The Joe Biden Administration has reached agreements with Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala to militarily shield their borders and curb the migratory flow to the United States, as Tyler Moran, presidential adviser on immigration, revealed to MSNBC on Monday.

"We have closed pacts to put more troops on their borders

. Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala have agreed to do this. That will not only prevent traffickers, smugglers and cartels from taking advantage of children, but they will also be more protected," he said They dwell.

[These migrants celebrate their arrival in the US after risking their lives on the border, but their battle to stay in the country is just beginning]

The Biden Administration has transferred nearly 2,000 immigrants who were recently held in the state of Texas to San Diego, California, to be expelled over the border with Tijuana in recent weeks.

The data is revealed amid growing calls for the government to repeal Title 42, a rule implemented by the Donald Trump Administration that allows border authorities to expel foreigners due to the coronavirus health emergency.

Moran also described the approach to addressing the situation at the border: "We are addressing the reasons why people come. This is really important. If you only focus on our border, we will not be addressing why people come here. The The president has a plan and is working with the vice president on it. "

"They struck out four, five rafts."

They investigate if agents have authorization to sabotage the rafts of the coyotes

April 12, 2021

The Biden Administration faces a historical record with the arrival of more than 172,000 undocumented immigrants to the country's southern border in March

, an increase of 71% compared to the total of 101,028 in February this year, according to data updated last Thursday by the Office of Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

Of the more than 172,000 immigrants intercepted in March, 168,195 were captured by CBP while crossing irregularly, while another 4,136 arrived at the border entry checkpoints, where in many cases they are declared "inadmissible."

Of the total number of immigrants detained by CBP in March, 101,897 were expelled under Title 42.

[He left with his mother, but arrived alone: ​​the road from Wilton until he was abandoned at the border]

The data underscores the challenge facing the Administration as officials strive to establish emergency spaces to house migrant children, many of whom have been held in poor condition.

The Border Patrol also found nearly 19,000 unaccompanied minors at the border, according to preliminary data from CNN, nearly doubling the number of child arrests in February and setting a record.

In May 2019, the highest month for arrests during that year's crisis, CBP arrested 11,861 unaccompanied children at the southern border.

With information from CNN.

Source: telemundo

All news articles on 2021-04-12

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