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Finally US is sending illegals to wait in Mexico for adjudication of their asylum. This way they can live and work in Mexico and not stay in crowded detention centers in the US. In one week 18,000 illegals were sent to wait in Mexico

Posted on | July 10, 2019 | 1 Comment

NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico (AP) — A U.S. policy to make asylum seekers wait in Mexico while their cases wind through clogged U.S. immigration courts expanded to a fourth Mexican border city Tuesday with the arrival of a first group of migrants to the violent city of Nuevo Laredo.

The 10 migrants crossed the border to seek U.S. asylum Monday and will now have to wait in Mexico as their applications are processed.

Lucía Ascencio of Venezuela had waited for three months in Nuevo Laredo with her husband and two young sons just for the chance to make her asylum petition in Laredo, Texas. She was stunned by her return to Mexico as they walked from the bridge carrying plastic bags containing a bottle of water, a bottle of juice and an orange.

“We hadn’t thought that they were going to send us back,” she said. Her family was given a date in September to return for the next step in their process.

A spokeswoman with Mexico’s immigration agency confirmed that the first group of 10 returned Tuesday under the program, which is formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials did not immediately comment.

Nuevo Laredo marks the first new city for the policy since U.S. and Mexican officials struck an agreement on June 7 that called for its immediate expansion. Extending what U.S. officials name the “Migrant Protection Protocols” policy was a key piece of the accord to stave off President Donald Trump’s threat of tariffs to see if new measures reduced the flow of migrants.

U.S. officials announced Tuesday that the number of arrests and people stopped at the Mexican border dropped 28% in June compared to May to 104,344. That decrease was 11 percentage points more than the same period in 2018, suggesting that it was more than the usual summer decline.

The June arrest tally marks the first month-to-month this year, which has been marked by large number of Central American asylum-seeking families overwhelming Border Patrol detention facilities.

“We are working with the government of Mexico to expand Migrant Protection Protocols to allow the U.S. to more effectively assist legitimate asylum-seekers and individuals fleeing persecution and deter migrants with false or meritless claims from making the journey,” the Department of Homeland Security said.

Asylum applicants who arrived as families were previously released into the U.S. with notices to appear in court.

The program was introduced in the Mexican border city of Tijuana in late January and extended to Mexicali and Ciudad Juarez. More than 18,000 mostly Central American migrants had been returned to those cities through the first week in July, according Mexican officials.https://www.yahoo.com/news/us-returns-first-group-asylum-182955863.html

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One Response to “Finally US is sending illegals to wait in Mexico for adjudication of their asylum. This way they can live and work in Mexico and not stay in crowded detention centers in the US. In one week 18,000 illegals were sent to wait in Mexico”

  1. Davey Crockett
    July 12th, 2019 @ 1:55 pm

    We should not have to concern ourselves with what the illegals want…

    They are the invaders and this is America where everyone from almost all nations come to live, IF they do it right?

    That means citizenship (LEGALLY!)…

    And not trying to take advantage of our nation in illegally crossing into America without any passport; citizenship papers; or an American coming home to the USA!

    No American could come to another nation and expect to be treated like royalty!

    And that’s the difference in the two party system, where we will not tolerate any further illegals trying to sneak in here and leech off of all the American taxpayers!

    That, you 3rd world illegals, is what has to be corrected…

    Whether you like it or not!

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