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    More migrants illegally entering the U.S. to apply for asylum are members of South America’s middle class who fly to the border by plane, according to authorities and aid workers. While the majority of people who come to the U.S. through Mexico are among the world’s poorest fleeing poverty and crime, such as the thousands of Haitians who recently formed a...
    U.S. authorities likely encountered upwards of 210,000 migrants attempting to traverse the southern border illegally in July, which was not only a sharp increase from June but it also would be the highest monthly number in more than 20 years. Preliminary apprehension figures were disclosed by David Shahoulian, assistant secretary for border and immigration policy at the Homeland Security Department,...
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    The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that the federal government can detain people who repeatedly enter the country illegally while their asylum hearings play out in court. The decision, which split the court's conservatives and liberals 6-3, was a win for supporters of tighter immigration regulations. Justice Samuel Alito, writing in the court's majority opinion, said that noncitizens who come...
    The parents of four of the five migrant children who were abandoned by human smugglers on a Texas farm earlier this month have illegally crossed the United States-Mexico border in the hope of reuniting with them.   Guatemalan national Daisy Sánchez, her boyfriend Ashley Padilla, and the latter's brother-in-law, Gabriel Castillo, both of Honduras, crossed into Texas after trekking through the...
    Federal law enforcement at the U.S.-Mexico border stopped 178,622 people trying to illegally enter the country in April, the highest amount in more than two decades. The April total is up 3% from 172,331 in March, which was a 20-year high for the number of people who tried to get into the United States by sneaking over between land crossings...
    More than 172,000 people attempted to come across the border from Mexico illegally in March, marking the highest monthly total in 15 years and five times greater than the amount seen last March at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Biden's first 100 days have been overtaken by the situation at the border, which Republicans have unsuccessfully urged him...
    A 54-year-old man from Mexico who was trying to cross illegally into the United States at the border in California was previously convicted of rape. He already had been deported from the U.S. once, Customs and Border Protection officials said.  Aurelio Sandoval-Valdivia, 54, was apprehended by agents on Monday night It wasn't clear whether his rape conviction was from...
    ASYLUM seekers who cross the Channel illegally to reach Britain face being sent to another country – as Home Secretary Priti Patel plans a crackdown on unauthorised migration. The new stance comes in a bid to stop people smugglers exploiting desperate migrants and putting their lives at risk. 2Asylum seekers who cross the Channel illegally to reach Britain face being...
    U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a convicted murderer and a sex offender Sunday who were trying to illegally cross the border and enter the U.S. “We continue to encounter dangerous criminals attempting to avoid apprehension through illegal entry,” Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Austin L. Skero II said in a statement. “With the safety of our communities a top...
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection report that encounters at the Southwest border with Mexico have fallen to their traditional levels below the high rates seen in 2019, according to The Hill. CBP found that illegal border crossings dropped by 53% in 2020, from 977,509 last year to 458,088 in this fiscal year, according to statistics released by Acting CBP Commissioner...
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