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    Mexico Detains Nearly 800 Illegal Immigrants in 4 Trucks, Government Says


    A carpet shoe, usually worn by smugglers and illegal aliens, is caught in the concertina wire on the U.S.-Mexico border fence near Sierra Vista, Arizona, on May 8, 2019. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times)

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    Mexico Detains Nearly 800 Illegal Immigrants in 4 Trucks, Government Says


    BY BOWEN XIAO
    June 16, 2019 Updated: June 16, 2019Share



    Mexico’s government said it detained nearly 800 illegal immigrants who were crammed in four trucks in Eastern Mexico on June 15, one of the highest numbers detained by the country in recent months after Mexico promised to step up efforts to curb illegal immigration.
    In a statement, Mexico’s National Migration Institute said they detained 791 illegal immigrants who were discovered in the trucks that were stopped in the eastern state of Veracruz. The institute is a government agency tasked with controlling and supervising migration in Mexico.
    The announcements confirmed earlier reports about a mass detention that had taken place.
    The recent detainment comes just a day after the United States said it had doubled the number of asylum seekers it sends back each day to Mexico from El Paso, Texas, according to a Mexican immigration official. The jump was the first major sign of action after a deal was made between the two countries to avoid punitive U.S. tariffs on Mexican goods.
    Luis Carlos Cano, a spokesman for Mexico’s national immigration agency in Ciudad Juarez, said that starting on June 13, some 200 asylum seekers per day were being sent back to Mexico, up from 100 previously. The expansion of the “Remain in Mexico” program, reached in a June 7 deal, sends asylum seekers to await the outcome of their U.S. asylum claims in Mexico.
    The program currently operates in Tijuana, Mexicali, and Ciudad Juarez. Close to 12,000 people have been returned to Mexico since it began in January.


    The United States has been dealing with a rising influx of illegal immigrants, most of whom are traveling through Mexico from Central America. Trump said previously that Mexico has not done enough to curb the flow of illegal immigrants on their side of the border.
    Trump last week commented on the recent efforts by Mexico to stem the flow of illegal immigration in a June 11 post on Twitter.
    “Sad when you think about it, but Mexico right now is doing more for the United States at the Border than the Democrats in Congress!” he said.
    U.S. Border Patrol has apprehended almost 600,000 illegal aliens on the southern border this fiscal year, according to the latest Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data.


    Meanwhile, a day before the mass detention, the president of Mexico’s National Migration Institute, Tonatiuh Guillén Lopez, submitted his resignation. A brief statement posted on Twitter by the institute did not give a reason for the resignation. He was replaced by Francisco Garduno, who had previously served as the head of Mexico’s prison system.
    The June 7 deal between the two countries averted the U.S. tariffs, setting the clock ticking on a 45-day period for the Mexican government to make palpable progress in reducing the numbers of people trying to cross the U.S. border illegally.
    Trump previously said he would impose tariffs of at least 5 percent on all Mexican goods sold to the United States if Mexico’s government does not do more. The president, who has made reducing illegal immigration one of his signature policy pledges, said that the tariffs would rise to as high as 25 percent if no action was taken.
    U.S. border officials reported the apprehension of over 132,000 illegal immigrants crossing from Mexico into the United States in the month ofMay alone. That figure marked yet another increase over the previous month and the highest monthly level since 2006.
    If enforcement measures are not successful after 45 days, Mexico has also agreed to consider making itself a “safe third country.” Asylum seekers who first set foot on Mexican soil would have to apply for refugee status in Mexico instead of in the United States.
    Trump also said on June 14 that former Immigration and Customs Enforcement Acting Director Thomas Homan will return to his administration to serve possibly as the new “border czar.”
    Reuters contributed to this report

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mexico...s_2965606.html

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    Mexico needs to round them up on their side of our border and REMOVE them from Mexico.

    Get them ALL away from our border.

    Trump needs to offer buses and troops and send them back!

    Not one foot on our soil for any of them!

    This must stop 100% now.
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