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‘Remain In Mexico’ Deportation Program Expands To Arizona

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This is a much better system than catch & release where illegal aliens would simply not show up for their immigration court hearings & disappear into the American interior.

“EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) Asylum-seekers who cross the border through Arizona will no longer be bused to El Paso, Texas, before they are sent to Mexico to await their immigration court proceedings.

The Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday it is expanding the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) program in Arizona. That means migrants apprehended in Arizona’s Tucson Sector will be returned to Mexico at the Nogales Port of Entry south of Tucson.

Starting in late November, those migrants were taken to El Paso before being returned to Mexico for processing under MPP, also known as “Remain in Mexico.”

The move brings to seven the total number of ports of entry where MPP returns will be made. The others include San Diego and Calexico in California, and El Paso, Laredo, Brownsville and Eagle Pass in Texas.

The government has forced more than 56,000 asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico. The migrants often wait in squalid camps, and reports say many are kidnapped, robbed or extorted.

However, DHS officials say MPP has been a crucial element of the agency’s success in addressing the ongoing migrants crisis, securing the border, and ending catch and release, as well as proven effective at reducing human smuggling across the Southwest border.

“MPP has been an extremely effective tool as the United States, under the leadership of President Trump, continues to address the ongoing humanitarian and security crisis at the border,” Acting Secretary Chad Wolf said in statement DHS issued Thursday. “The Department is fully committed to the program and will continually work with the Government of Mexico to expand and strengthen it. I am confident in the program’s continued success in adjudicating meritorious cases quickly and preventing fraudulent claims.”

In Thursday’s news release, DHS said MPP remains a cornerstone of its efforts to restore integrity to the U.S. immigration system and relieve the crushing backlog of pending asylum cases.

“Our nation is more secure because of the program, and migrants with meritorious asylum claims can receive protection in months, rather than waiting in limbo for years,” the release said.”

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Border Patrol Arrests Convicted Sex-Offender & A Murderer Near Our 2nd Wall

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The arrests took place near Mission, Texas where our second border wall investment was constructed earlier this year. These are the kinds of depraved criminals we want to keep out of our country.

EDINBURG, Texas – Border Patrol agents arrest a sex-offender and a convicted murderer.

On Tuesday morning, McAllen agents working near Mission, Texas, arrested a Mexican national, later identified as Jose Grimaldo-Requena, whose record checks revealed a previous arrest in Dallas, Texas. The Dallas Police Department arrested Grimaldo-Requena for sexual assault of a child and a judge sentenced him to eight years incarceration.

The following evening, Weslaco agents working in Donna, Texas, arrested a Mexican national after he illegally entered the United States. During processing, record checks revealed an arrest and charge in Hidalgo County for “Murder-Intentionally Causing Death,” a 1st degree felony.

Both subjects were referred for Federal prosecution.

The public is encouraged to take a stand against crime in their communities and to help save lives by reporting suspicious activity at 800-863-9382Call: 800-863-9382Call: 800-863-9382.

Even with the spread of the COVID-19 virus, human smugglers continue to try these brazen attempts with zero regard for the lives they endanger nor to the health of the citizens of our great nation. The U.S. Border Patrol agents of the Rio Grande Valley Sector will continue to safeguard the nation and community against these criminal elements.

YOU the American people built this wall on the Rio Grande river, thanks to your patriotic donations. 3.5 miles of…

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Utah Sex Offender Arrested By Border Patrol For Illegally Re-Entering Country

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This is the exact kind of person we don’t need in our country. Great job by Border Patrol in apprehending him.

TUCSON, Ariz. – U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a 39-year-old Mexican man previously convicted of sexual assault in the U.S., after he illegally entered the country west of Nogales, Arizona, Tuesday morning.

Remote detection technology placed in the desert alerted agents to a group who illegally crossed into the country in the mountains west of Nogales. Agents tracked and arrested the group consisting of eight persons and transported them to a field command station for processing.

During criminal records and database checks on the group, it was discovered one of the men arrested, Hugo Sanchez-Trujillo, was convicted of Sexual Assault in Fillmore, Utah, in 2003, for which he received a three-year prison sentence.

Sanchez-Trujillo will now face prosecution for re-entry of a convicted felon while other seven illegal border crossers encountered will be expelled from the country under Title 42.

Title 42 executive actions allows Border Patrol to reduce possible exposure to COVID-19 by expeditiously expelling certain individuals who enter the United States illegally reducing disruptions to border security operations. Processing is conducted in Field Command stations, which are portable open-air facilities that reduce the risk of exposure of airborne illness.

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