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”Haitian migrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released in the US”

Many Haitian migrants camping in a small border town in Texas have been released in the United States, two U.S. officials said the Biden administration said thousands of camps would soon be expelled. 

Haitians have recently been released “very, very large”, according to thousands of US officials. Authorities spoke on condition of anonymity because they knew the operation directly and were not allowed to discuss the issue on Tuesday.

Many have been notified to appear at the Immigration Bureau within 60 days, resulting in less processing time than ordering the Immigration Court to appear and pursuing the speed of movement of the authorities.

Homeland Security has shipped Haitians from Del Rio to El Paso, Laredo, and the Lower Rio Grande Valley along the Texas border this week, adding flights to Tucson, Arizona, officials said. They are processed at those locations by the border guards.

A second U.S. official, also directly informed and subject to anonymity, has many Haitians being processed under immigration law and has not been on a deportation flight to Haiti that began on Sunday. Said. Officials couldn’t be as specific as they were. U.S. officials have recently rushed to find a bus to Tucson, but were looking for a flight when they couldn’t find enough carriers, both officials said. 

A Coast Guard plane flew Haitians from Del Rio to El Paso. Release in the United States has come despite signs of a large-scale attempt to expel Haiti during a flight to Haiti under pandemic authorities denying immigrants the opportunity to seek asylum. A third U.S. official who was not authorized to discuss the operation said seven daily flights to Haiti were planned for Wednesday. 

A large-scale communication report discovered by an Associated Press journalist at a Del Rio bus stop was inconsistent with a statement promised by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mallorcus, who traveled to Del Rio the day before for prompt action.

“If you come to the United States illegally, you will be returned, your journey will not succeed, and you will be endangering your life and your family’s life,” he said at a Monday news conference.

Liberation comes in a swift effort to empty the camp under the bridge, which accommodated an estimated 14,000 people on weekends in 35,000 cities. Texas Governor Greg Abbott said when he visited Del Rio on Tuesday, the state’s chief executive said the recent number of camps was about 8,600 migrants. 

The criteria for determining who traveled to Haiti and who was released in the United States were unclear, but two U.S. officials said one adult was a priority for elimination flights. 

The Department of Homeland Security did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Tuesday night. Meanwhile, Mexico has begun expelling Haitian immigrants from the U.S. border, officials said Tuesday, showing a new level of support for the U.S. as Camp President Joe Biden presents a challenge: humane and More and more political.

The White House faces serious double blame. Republicans say the Biden administration’s policies have led Haitians to believe that asylum is allowed. Democrats are indignant after this week’s footage went from border guards to viral using offensive tactics against immigrants. Mexico has helped at important times. 

Tens of thousands of Mexican asylum seekers will hold a hearing in the U.S. Immigration Court in 2019 as they step up patrols to prevent unaccompanied children in Central America from reaching the Texas border in 2014. 

You can wait, just last month they started sending Central American immigrants to Guatemala. After the Biden administration moved them to southern Mexico. Mexico’s Secretary of State Marcelo Ebrard said Tuesday he spoke with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken about the situation in Haiti. Ebrard said most Haitians are already in refugee status in Chile or Brazil and do not want it in Mexico.

“What they are asking for is to be allowed to pass freely through Mexico to the United States,” Ebrard said.

Two Mexican federal officials who demanded anonymity because they were not allowed to speak in public confirmed Mexico’s actions. One of the officials said Tuesday morning that three immigrant buses left Acuña for Piedras Negras, about 90 kilometers across the border, where they flew to Villahermosa, the southern city of Tabasco. Said he got into. 

Other officials said there was a flight on Monday from a city north of Monterey to a city south of Tapachula near the border with Guatemala. Tapachula is home to the largest immigration detention center in Latin America. The plane carried about 100 immigrants picked up around the Monterey bus stop, which is the hub of several routes north to the US border.

 A second official said the plan was to transfer all Haitians who had already applied for asylum in Mexico to Tapachula. Haiti migrants who are already in Mexican detention centers and have not applied for asylum are the first to be transferred directly to Haiti, officials said. 

Around Ciudad Real Madrid, Mexican authorities have stepped up efforts to expel migrants from the border. There were overnight arrests by migrant agents and attacks on hotels containing migrants.

“All of a sudden they knocked on the door and (yelled) ‘immigration,’ ‘police,’ as if they were looking for drug traffickers,” said Freddy Registre, a 37-year-old Venezuelan staying at one hotel with his Haitian wife, Vedette Dollard. The couple was surprised at midnight.

Authorities took four people plus others who were outside the hotel, he said. “They took our telephones to investigate and took us to the immigration offices, took our photos,” Registre said. They were detained overnight, but their phone was eventually returned and released. 

Authorities gave them two options: leaving Mexico or returning to Tapachula. They decided to leave the city on Tuesday afternoon. They purchased tickets for a bus trip to Veracruz on the Gulf Coast with the aim of continuing to Tapachula, which had already applied for asylum. Others left without being told. 

A small group arrived at the Ciudad Real Madrid bus stop and bought tickets for Veracruz, Monterrey, and Mexico City. The same bus route prohibited the sale of tickets to travel north of Mexico. They sold tickets to go south without any problems. 

Dozens of migrants were upset in Haiti after being deported from the United States in an attempt to chase after a plane landing in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday afternoon, shouting to authorities. When some lawmakers started throwing stones and shoes on the plane, guards closed the plane door. When the police arrived, some of them lost their belongings. The group departs from one of the three scheduled flights for the day.

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