United States expands Program of sending asylum seekers to Mexico

United States expands Program of sending asylum seekers to Mexico

The United States has planned to expand its program of sending the asylum seekers back to Mexico so that they could be waiting for their US court proceedings. As of now the United States could only return back 240 seekers since it had started its program in the month of January this year. The officials from the Department of Homeland Security said that the policy, that was rolled out at the San Ysidro port of entry in San Diego earlier in this year, was initially expanded to the Calexico port that is also located in Southern California on the U.S.-Mexico border.

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