In The News From “Remain in Mexico” policy expanded. The “Remain in Mexico” policy was expanded to Rio Grande Valley in Texas. Rio Grande Valley has seen the highest number of migrant arrests along the southern border on January 19. Under this expansion of “Remain in Mexico,” migrants will be enrolled in the program and processed in Brownsville, Texas. From there, the migrants will then be sent back to Matamoros, Tamaulipas region in Mexico and will be given the option to reside in Monterrey, Mexico while they await their U.S. immigration court hearing. The State Department is assisting the Mexican government by offering the migrants transportation, COVID-19 testing, and shelter. Before this expansion occurred, “Remain in Mexico” was only reimplemented in San Diego and El Paso.

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