The U.S. government clarified on Thursday that its borders were not “open” for the illegal immigration of Nicaraguans, as the US media recently reported in an article. Just The News, Which indicated that the Joe Biden administration would stop deporting comrades.
A spokesman for the US embassy in Managua, who did not want to be named, confirmed the news to LA PRENSA and, after direct consultation, explained that the Biden government had “made it clear that our borders are not open and that people and families are subject to them”. For border controls, including deportation and deportation.
According to the publication Just The News, The measure, which has been in effect by the Department of Homeland Security since November 12, is said to have instructed Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents to make way for this new state policy under Rule 42 of Public Health. Services Law.
In this regard, the diplomatic source stressed that the Department of Homeland Security continues to deport people in accordance with Article 42 of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “Our ability to expel individuals under such action may be limited for a number of reasons, including Mexico’s capacity and capacity to acquire these individuals,” he stressed.
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Persons unable to be evicted under the said rule are processed by the Department’s Title 8 immigration process, and the Department of Homeland Security continues to rely on these measures to repatriate Nicaraguan citizens.
“Do not reveal your life”
For its part, the US Embassy in Managua made it clear through its official social networks that the laws of the US government have not “changed” and therefore the border has been closed for irregular migration. The embassy’s release labeled “Do not expose your life to #UnViajeEnVano” raised awareness among exiting people in the hope that the North American nation would accept them with both hands.
“America’s laws have not changed. The border is closed for irregular migration and is protected by an advanced security team. The embassy said #UnViajeEnVano should not start.
Despite this warning from Washington, despite the dangers of travel, thousands of Nicaraguans are fleeing the country in search of the “American dream,” for which they cross the border into Mexico and then surrender to US immigration. Officials to apply for political asylum.
In July of this year alone, 13,391 Nicaraguans were arrested for attempting to enter the country illegally, according to data from the United States Customs and Border Protection Service. That number doubled compared to June, when the company reported that 7,441 Nicaraguan women had entered the region.
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