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ICE Detains About 23,400 at End of June While Agency's Electronic Monitoring Program Grows to 280,000
(23 Jun 2022) After hovering around 20,000 for several months, Immigration and Customs Enforcement's detained population reached 23,390 on June 19, 2022—down slightly from the start of the month but still higher than in previous months. About three-quarters (74 percent) of people in detention were arrested by Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The number of immigrants arrested by ICE saw a modest but steady increase up to a total of 5,979. The number of immigrants in detention who were arrested by ICE has been under 6,000 since March 2021. See more...
5,000 Asylum-Seekers Added to the Migrant Protection Protocols 2.0, Few Are Granted Asylum
(14 Jun 2022) During the last six months, over 5,000 asylum seekers have been required to remain in Mexico under the current implementation of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP)—also known as MPP 2.0—while awaiting their Immigration Court hearings. Cases in MPP are generally being completed within the 180-day time frame set by the administration, but the problem with low rates of access to attorneys and unusually low rates of asylum success that plagued the first implementation of MPP continue this year. See more...
Immigrant Detention Numbers on Their Way Back Up After Pandemic Slump?
(10 Jun 2022) After hovering around 20,000 for several months, Immigration and Customs Enforcement's detained population reached 24,591 at the start of June. Most of the people in detention (76 percent or 18,796) were arrested by Customs and Border Protection (CBP). But immigrants arrested by ICE—a total of 5,795—were at the highest number since March 2021. These numbers could signify a slow return to pre-pandemic levels of immigration detention along with a parallel growth of immigrants monitored by ICE's Alternatives to Detention program. See more...
New ICE Data Show Both Immigrants Detained and Monitored on ATD Increase in May
(24 May 2022) According to the most current data, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) held 22,281 immigrants in detention on May 7, 2022, the highest number in detention since the beginning of 2022 (although still smaller than the summer of 2021 when the number exceeded 27,000). See more...
Ukrainians at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Seeking Admission at U.S. Ports of Entry by Nationality
(17 May 2022) Last month in April a total of 20,994 Ukrainians seeking safety from the war ravaging their homeland turned up at U.S. ports of entry and were stopped at the border as "inadmissibles" without the necessary official documents which might authorize their entry into the U.S. Arrivals from Ukraine averaged 700 per day during April. This includes individuals allowed into the country on humanitarian parole. The majority (60%) arrived in family groups with children. Just over 100 children arrived as unaccompanied minors. The remainder arrived as single adults or as couples without children. See more...
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