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Biden Wants to Send 1,500 More Soldiers to Mexico Border – Politics

Biden Wants to Send 1,500 More Soldiers to Mexico Border – Politics

The U.S. government wants to move 1,500 additional soldiers to the Mexican border as the influx of migrants is expected to increase. For the initial 90 days, the soldiers will perform administrative tasks such as data entry and camp support, the Pentagon announced on Tuesday. White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre said, “You will not perform law enforcement work or interact with immigrants or immigrants.” Border Security Force officers should be relieved from field duty through transfer.

The background is that on May 11, the controversial deportation restriction will no longer apply. Title 42 was introduced under former US President Donald Trump and made it easier to quickly reject immigrants in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Washington has struggled to resolve a tense border situation that has worsened in recent months as the number of asylum-seekers surges.

The Biden administration recently announced plans to move the initial registration of asylum seekers from South and Central America overseas. In Colombia and Guatemala, centers are set to open in the coming weeks where people must report before traveling to the United States. For example, in the US one should check what options are available to them and whether admission is even offered there. A representative of the US government said that this is to save people who often make the dangerous journey to the southern border of the United States.

Also, according to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the US is returning to using Title 8, which provides a roughly five-year re-entry ban for illegal immigration. Immigration and illegal immigration are divisive in American society and are likely to be one of the main campaign issues. Conservative politicians accuse US President Joe Biden of lax border security and are trying to score points with voters.

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