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More Migrants Arrive at US-Mexico Border One Day After Expiration of Title 42

US Customs and Border Protection agents picked up a group of women and children around 9:00 a.m.

at the US-Mexico border, as more migrants continue to arrive one day after the expiration of Title 42.

The situation at the border remains unchanged since the expiration of the Pandemic Era policy, with migrants still waiting for answers and assistance from local, state, and federal leaders.

Volunteer groups, including the American Friends Service Committee, have been present at the border wall in San Ysidro, providing help to the migrants.

However, the influx of migrants has overwhelmed the available resources, and the situation is becoming unsustainable and unhealthy.

Some individuals have even fainted due to the harsh conditions.

The number of people arriving at the US-Mexico border has dramatically increased, with US officials estimating approximately 13,000 individuals per day, stretching from Texas to California.

This number is significantly higher than the typical 6,000 arrivals per day before the expiration of Title 42.

US Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorka acknowledges that the border situation reflects a fundamentally broken immigration system.

Lillian Serrano, the director of the Southern Border Communities Coalition, emphasizes the need to hold those interacting with migrants accountable, as they are in custody and should be treated according to national policies and international treaties on human rights.

The report highlights the stories of individual migrants, each with their own reasons for seeking entry into the United States.

The desperation of these individuals is palpable, as they have sacrificed everything to reach the border in San Ysidro, hoping for a chance at a better life.

Since the expiration of Title 42, 23,400 people have been taken into custody by Border Patrol, a significant increase compared to the days prior to the policy’s expiration.

The situation at the border remains uncertain, and observers are closely monitoring the developments and the fate of the migrants who are still waiting for their turn to be processed.

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