Biden’s Shocking Plan To Deport Less Migrants

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( – The Biden administration is aiming to deport 125,000 migrants in the 2025 fiscal year despite the increase in the number of border crossings. 

In the 2019 fiscal year, the number of deportations had almost doubled while in the fiscal year 2023, the number of removals had been at 142,000. The measure accounts for the full number of removals and noncitizen deportations from the United States by the ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).

The report points out that this is a reflection of the efforts of the program to enforce immigration law through processing and deporting noncitizens who have entered the country.

U.S. officials have reported that in January the number of migrant encounters in January had dropped by half, when considering the record-high number of encounters in December. The greatest increase was visible in the Del Rio sectors, which includes Eagle Pass, Texas. GOP Gov. Greg Abbott has over the past few months increased his border enforcement efforts. 

Mexico and the Biden administration have also increased their enforcement efforts following immigration talks. Immigration is one of the key issues concerning voters ahead of the 2024 presidential campaign. 

With Former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden competing for the White House in November the two men are going to be trying to take advantage of the problems at the border in an attempt to use them for their own political advantage. 

In the past few years, there has been an increase in border crossings for several reasons including climate change and unrest in other countries. 

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