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On Large scale migrant caravanMore than 10,000 migrants headed for the US border from southern Mexico are now torn apart as Mexican officials offer migrants temporary visas – although organizers say they have yet to arrive. America will also go.
Organizer Luis Villagran told Fox News that about 80% of the approximately 9,000 migrants in the caravan received a migrant multiple form (FMM). That travel visa allows them to travel freely in Mexico temporarily.
Villagran told Fox News that, although the caravan is breaking up, all migrants from the bloc are on their way to the United States to try to make their way into the country.
Caravan departs from Tapachula, Mexico earlier this week and met little resistance from Mexican authorities. Organizers also said that the caravan had struck a police check where the Mexican National Guard, immigration officers and state police were – but officers let the caravan “freely”.
Migrants in particular organized a caravan a week ago because Mexican officials were not providing provisional documents in Tapachula.
Now, after a week and less than 25 miles of running, they’ve effectively got what they wanted, Mexico with a grant They have the legal status of entering the US border without entering Mexico illegally. Under Mexican laws, expatriates cannot travel to the Mexican southern state of Chiapas without documentation. This was the response of the 2018-2019 Caravan.
Villegran said that as of yesterday evening, less than 3,000 migrants had been boarded buses that the Mexican immigration office provided to take them to the customs office. Now, over 9,000 have been issued.
It is one of several large caravans that have made their way toward the US border in recent years, including in october last year – which are usually broken by the Mexican authorities before reaching the border. However, like in this caravan, just because the caravan has broken up does not mean that the migrants involved should stop moving north.
With agents at the border facing caravan-sized migrant numbers every few days, the US is seeing massive migrant numbers. There were over 234,000 encounters in April alone, and that number is expected to rise in the summer.
Meanwhile, the Biden administration has been barred from ending Title 42 public health evictions – through which most migrants have been expelled since March 2020. The move to end the order was seen as a motivating factor for more migrants to try their luck. happening in america
The Biden administration has faced heavy criticism for its handling of the crisis, with Republicans calling for the administration’s rollback of Trump-era policy and for a more internal enforcement – combined with calls for a collective apology in Washington DC
The Biden administration has blamed “root causes” such as poverty, violence and climate change for the increase in numbers and has taken several initiatives to tackle those root causes – Led by Vice President Kamala Harris,
President Biden on Friday, along with several leaders of the Western Hemisphere, “Los Angeles Declaration” unveiled America’s summit – in which shared principles related to migration were laid. The United States is committed to a number of concrete measures, including the expansion of work visas, refugee resettlement, and funding of millions for refugees and migrants in the hemisphere.
However, the leaders of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador were not present.