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The U. Border Patrol reported nearlyencounters with migrants along the U. The of monthly encounters had fallen to 16, in Aprilshortly after the coronavirus outbreak forced the closure of the southwestern border and slowed migration across much of the world. But migrant encounters have climbed sharply since then, reachingin July, according to the latest data from U. The July figure is the highest monthly total since March and far surpasses the peak during the last major wave of migration at the U. This analysis examines current and historical data from U.
The analysis is based on monthly migrant encounters — a common but only partial measure of how many people enter the United States illegally in a given month. Encounters encompass two distinct kinds of events: apprehensions, in which migrants are taken into custody in the U. CBP began publishing data on migrant encounters in Marchwhen expulsions began under a public health order called Title In this analysis, all references to migrant encounters prior to March refer to apprehensions only. It is important to note that encounters refer to events, not people, and that some migrants are encountered more than once.
In fact, a growing proportion of encounters in recent months have involved repeat border crossers. As a result, the overall of encounters reported in a given month may overstate the of distinct individuals involved. This analysis only includes monthly encounters reported by the Border Patrol. It excludes encounters reported by the Office of Field Operations. Migrant encounters refer to two distinct kinds of events: apprehensions, in which migrants are taken into custody in the United States to await adjudication, and expulsions, in which migrants are immediately expelled to their home country or last country of transit without being held in U.
Most encounters that have occurred in recent months have resulted in expulsion, not apprehension, under a public health order known as Title Despite this shift, the Biden administration announced this month that it would allow Title 42 expulsions to continuegiven the current increase in migration and the threat posed by the delta variant of the coronavirus.
The administration is also reportedly preparing to offer coronavirus vaccines to migrants who are apprehended and held in U. One apparent consequence of the expulsions carried out under Title 42 has been an increase in repeat border crossers. The migrants being encountered at the U. Migration from countries other than Mexico and the Northern Triangle has also increased in recent months.
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