Mexican President Biden discusses “irregular” immigration at the southern border

President Joe Biden and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador attend a bilateral conference on Friday, with two leaders discussing efforts to limit “irregular” immigration at the southern border. rice field.

The conference also has a vision for both the United States and Mexico to accelerate development and infrastructure projects along shared borders to strengthen the North American supply chain and cross-border agricultural and commercial activities and the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. I worked on it, but most of the conversation was about illegal immigrants.

“Given the unprecedented flow of immigrants from the entire hemisphere to both countries, the president reiterated the need to build stronger tools to manage the proliferation of immigrants in the region,” the White House said. statement..

Lopez Obrador described the call as “heartfelt” on Twitter and announced that Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard will visit Washington next week to discuss “the issue of cooperation for development” and the Summits of the Americas.

The agenda also included the final meeting CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus Restrictions on immigrants seeking asylum in the United States.

Both Republican and Democratic Mexican and US officials are concerned that the abolition of the Trump era measure, known as Title 42, will help boost the proliferation of illegal immigrants and the interests of criminal groups.

A few days before the meeting, a federal judge ordered the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to suspend efforts to end public health orders, which are currently scheduled to end in late May.

The Biden administration has announced plans to address the expected surge in illegal immigrants across the US-Mexico border after the end of the urgent Title 42 policy. At the end of Title 42, immigration authorities will rely on federal law called Title 8 to allow exile, rather than when illegal immigrants claim asylum.

so 20-page memorandumHomeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mallorcas outlined a series of “pillars” that the authorities have already set up.

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US Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mallorcus testifies at the House Judiciary Committee of the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington on April 28, 2022. (Kevin Ditch / Getty Images)

In addition to deploying more resources such as agents at the border, the government has the “capacity” of non-governmental groups (NGOs) to accept illegal immigrants after being released by federal agents and confuse criminal groups and smugglers. Smuggling people and drugs that have said they are “strengthening” into the United States.

This memo is similar to the strategy detailed on March 30 and shows that the government’s plan is to “promote an increase in the flow of people.”

Biden has given way to UN-style policies that focus on the “safe, orderly, humane” movement of those who want to live in the United States.

On Friday, the two leaders were “fair and humane” to limit “irregular” migrants and promote the common goal of improving the ability of countries across the region to manage borders to promote humanity and security. And strengthen cooperation to support effective efforts. ” According to the statement, the purpose.

The United States detained a record number of illegal immigrants at the southwestern border last month, with arrests reaching a record high in 20 years, according to court filings by DHS officials.

In March, US border authorities encountered more than 220,000 illegal immigrants trying to cross the border with Mexico. Monthly totals have increased by 24 percent from the same month last year when approximately 170,000 illegal immigrants were arrested at the border.

Zachary Stieber contributed to this report.

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