Border Patrol memo tells agents in key sector to release migrants from nearly all Eastern Hemisphere countries

An internal memo from Border Patrol in San Diego instructs agents to release single adults from most countries in the Eastern Hemisphere and classify them as difficult to remove. This comes after President Biden’s executive order banning asylum for most illegal immigrants. Despite threats of consequences, these migrants are being released into the U.S. due to difficulties in removing them. The memo only applies to the San Diego sector and is not CBP or DHS guidance for the entire border. The government is working to gain cooperation from uncooperative countries to start taking their citizens back. The presidential proclamation will temporarily suspend entry of migrants once border encounters exceed 2,500 a day. Exceptions to the rule include legal immigrants, unaccompanied children, victims of trafficking, and those with urgent humanitarian or public health interests.


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