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    Hundreds of Detainees to Be Flown to San Diego for Processing

    Hundreds of Detainees to Be Flown to San Diego for Processing

    Flights began Friday to San Diego while border officials consider other flights to Detroit, Miami and Buffalo, New York

    By Melissa Adan and R. Stickney

    Published 2 hours ago | Updated 40 minutes ago

    Hundreds of detainees from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facilities in Texas and other sectors will be flown to San Diego for processing beginning Friday, officials just announced.

    Three flights a week will arrive in the San Diego sector from the Rio Grande Valley carrying approximately 130 people per flight, Interim Chief Patrol Agent Douglas Harrison said.


    The detainees will be from facilities that are overwhelmed with a high number of undocumented immigrants, some of whom have claimed asylum, Harrison said.


    He said they are not expecting to receive any unaccompanied minors. There is no end date for the program.


    The processing takes an estimated two hours per person and includes the collection of biometrics including fingerprints and DNA in some cases.


    Flights will land at San Diego International Airport the detainees will be moved to neighboring Border Patrol stations, including Brown Field, according to CBP officials.


    The agency is considering other flights to Detroit, Miami and Buffalo, New York.


    Harrison made the announcement at a briefing Friday. NBC 7 and Telemundo 20 attending the media briefing but were not allowed to capture any of the official statements on camera.


    This is a developing story. Tune in to NBC 7 or Telemundo 20 at 5 p.m. to see our coverage.

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    Border officials say migrants from Texas being transferred to San Diego

    Posted: 11:55 AM, May 17, 2019
    Updated: 1 hour ago
    By: Jermaine Ong


    Photo by: Mario Tama


    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - U.S. border officials said Friday that migrants detained in Texas will be transferred to San Diego for processing due to a current backlog in the Rio Grande Valley sector.

    According to acting San Diego Border Patrol Chief Doug Harrison, starting Friday, between 120-135 migrants will be flown from Texas to San Diego.


    Prior to the Texas-to-San Diego transfer, the selected migrants -- most of them being families -- will undergo health screenings to determine if they are healthy enough for travel.


    Once in San Diego, the migrants will be transported to the Border Patrol’s Brown Field Station in the South Bay.


    Harrison said the migrants will go through general processing and screening, with the hopes of adhering to the national 20-day detention rule.


    The detention rule states migrant families cannot be held in detention for more than 20 days.


    After the initial screening at the border station, Immigration and Customs Enforcement will take over processing.


    Harrison said there will be three flights per week, with the planes being ICE-contracted commercial charter flights.


    Harrison said the Rio Grande Valley facility is 200 percent over capacity, making the transfer of migrants to San Diego necessary.


    “We got to give the people in Rio Grande Valley some relief,” he said.


    In addition to San Diego, Harrison said it’s possible that migrants from Texas could be transferred to border stations in Detroit, Buffalo and Miami.


    According to Harrison, as of May 10, border agents have apprehended over 500,000 migrants who have entered the U.S. illegally -- an average of over 4,500 per day.

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    San Diego to receive flights of migrant families from Texas Border Patrol for processing


    A US Customs and Border Protection agent checks documents of a small group of migrants, who crossed the Rio Grande from Juarez, Mexico, on May 16, 2019, in El Paso, Texas. About 1,100 migrants from Central America and other countries are crossing into the El Paso border sector each day. US Customs and Border Protection Public Information Officer Frank Pino, says that Border Patrol resources and personnel are being stretched by the ongoing migrant crisis, and that the real targets of the Border Patrol are slipping through the cracks. (Paul Ratje / AFP via Getty Images)


    San Diego Border Patrol will take three flights per week of 120 to 135 people each from the Rio Grande Valley.

    By KATE MORRISSEY MAY 17, 2019 11:55 AM

    A flight of migrant families who crossed illegally into the Rio Grande Valley area of the southwest border will arrive in San Diego this afternoon, according to Border Patrol.
    It is the first official flight here in a new plan to help agents in the Rio Grande Valley sector process everyone in its custody. That sector, which is over capacity, had more than 6,000 people in custody this morning, compared with about 800 in custody in the San Diego area, according to Border Patrol.

    “That’s our Border Patrol sisters and brothers in the Rio Grande Valley who are faced with this wave of people,” said interim Chief Patrol Agent Douglas Harrison, who has been on the job in San Diego for three days after the sector’s chief was sent to Washington on special assignment. “We want to help the overall organization.”


    The San Diego plan is in addition to migrants who are already being transported from the Rio Grande Valley to the Del Rio Sector in another part of the Texas border. There are other plans under discussion that would ship migrant families to Florida and parts of the Northern border as well, Harrison said.


    As a start, Border Patrol plans to send three flights per week of 120 to 135 people each to San Diego, Harrison said. Those flights and the subsequent buses to Border Patrol stations will be operated by Immigration and Customs Enforcement or its contractors, Harrison said. He deferred further details on ICE’s work to that agency.

    Rio Grande Valley agents will do an abbreviated intake of those it sends to San Diego to gather basic biographical information and do medical screenings to make sure the family members are well enough to travel. Upon arrival in San Diego, migrants, under the current plan, will go to Border Patrol’s Brown Field Station, though that may change based on individual station capacity.


    Agents there will conduct a full intake of the migrants, which includes taking fingerprints and photographs. That process can take several hours.


    Agents will not know how many of the migrants are asylum seekers until they are processed in San Diego, Harrison said.


    No unaccompanied children will be included in the flights, but agents are preparing for the possibility of fraudulent family claims when the migrants arrive in San Diego. Children can be separated from adults who immigration officials determine are not actually their parents, and those children become unaccompanied minors in the system.

    ICE investigators will be on hand to make those determinations during intake, Harrison said.


    Once Border Patrol finishes processing the arrivals, agents will turn them over to another part of ICE for custody determination. How quickly that happens can vary, Harrison said, from a few hours to a few days. The goal is to move people out of Border Patrol’s holding cells within 72 hours.


    The additional work, he said, could affect resources for San Diego operations.


    “We’re going to do the best we can to do both,” Harrison said. “There’s logically a potential impact.”


    ICE will decide whether to detain the families or release them into the community.


    Because of constraints on the amount of time children can be held in detention, and the fact that there are no family detention centers in California, ICE generally releases families with ankle monitors on the adults to ensure they show up for their court dates.


    When ICE ended a program that helped those released families make contact with relatives or friends already in the U.S. so that they would have a place to go and a way to get there, local nonprofits working together as the San Diego Rapid Response Network opened a shelter that has since gotten support from local and state officials.


    It is likely that many of the additional families coming to San Diego will end up in the Network’s shelter in downtown San Diego before moving on to their final destinations in the homes of family and friends.


    It was not immediately known if the arriving migrant families might be subject to Migrant Protection Protocols, a program that returns some Central American asylum seekers to Mexico to wait for their U.S. immigration court cases.


    Harrison, who is on loan from the Detroit Sector, said he is proud of the work he has seen so far in San Diego in response to the increased number of arriving families along the southwest border.


    “They’re doing baby formula. They’re doing diapers,” Harrison said. “They’re doing great work.”


    Yesterday when he visited the Imperial Beach station, he said, he learned of an infant being held there who is lactose-intolerant and needed a special baby formula.

    The station didn’t have any on hand, so one of the supervisors went out on his own to get it, Harrison said.

    San Diego Border Patrol received a test flight of migrant families, 126 people total, on Tuesday, the interim chief said. The plan is set to continue indefinitely.

    “This is a contingency operation,” Harrison said. “We’ve got to give the people in Rio Grande Valley some relief.”

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    Whatever happened to making them stay in Mexico?
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    NO AIRPLANE RIDES AT OUR EXPENSE!!

    BUS THEM BACK TO MEXICO TO REMAIN THERE

    OR BUS THEM BACK HOME!

    THIS IS COSTING US BILLIONS OF DOLLARS!!!
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