11,000 Migrants Caught Crossing Border; Will Be Released Into US with No Tracking

The Biden administration is preparing to instruct Customs and Border Protection to release migrants into the U.S. without court dates or tracking ability.

    • This comes in response to over 11,000 migrants being caught crossing the southern border on Tuesday.

The new policy would give migrants a notice to report to an ICE office, but not enroll them in the tracking program.

    • The shift is due to unprecedented daily border apprehensions, which are already surpassing DHS’s predictions for post-Covid influxes.

The Big Picture: Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz estimates that up to 65,000 migrants are waiting to enter the U.S. in northern Mexico.

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