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DHS: 10,000 Expected to Cross Border Each Day Since Title 42 Ending

EL PASO, TX – As Title 42 expired at midnight, the United States is now bracing for an influx of migrants crossing the southern border.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) anticipates approximately 10,000 individuals per day to make their way into the country.

El Paso, Texas, one of the border cities, has been preparing for this expected surge in migrant arrivals.

The border fence between El Paso and Mexico stands as a visual reminder of the ongoing immigration challenges.

However, there have been relatively few migrants entering the area since the expiration of Title 42, a policy that allowed for the rapid expulsion of migrants due to public health concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Despite the increase in migrant crossings, the Biden administration has faced criticism from Republicans who claim a lack of preparedness and absence of a clear plan.

Republicans argue that President Biden’s administration failed to adequately address the potential consequences of ending Title 42.

The White House, on the other hand, defends its record by highlighting efforts to hire more Border Patrol agents, increase personnel for processing paperwork, and impose stricter consequences for unlawful entry.

While the Title 42 policy has come to an end, migrants seeking asylum in the United States now face additional challenges.

They must first seek asylum in another country before applying within the U.S.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed a legal challenge against the Biden administration’s new restrictions, arguing that they put vulnerable asylum seekers in danger.

The situation at the border remains dynamic, and authorities continue to monitor and manage the increased flow of migrants.

The Biden administration’s response will be closely scrutinized as it navigates the complex task of balancing border security with humanitarian considerations.

NBC News correspondent Brie Jackson reports from El Paso, providing updates on the evolving situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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