Border officials consider plans to transfer migrant families to cities around the US

Homeland Security officials considered arresting migrant families around the country who had final deportation orders and removing them from the U.S. in a flashy show of force, according to two.

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Border officials said they are developing plans to fly potentially thousands of migrant families to other places away from the southern U.S. border with Mexico.. Other cities considered.

Currently, the agency is using planes provided by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to transfer migrant families from the Rio Grande Valley to facilities in Del Rio, Texas and San Diego.

Citing a massive influx of refugees at the U.S.-Mexico border, federal officials said Friday they are looking at moving migrant families to other cities across the nation to process and release them. The extraordinary move has prompted serious concerns in local communities like South Florida, where officials there say they don’t have the ability to handle hundreds of migrants at a time.

Citing a massive influx of refugees arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border, border officials said Friday they are developing plans to fly potentially thousands of migrant families to other cities away.

SAN ANTONIO – For months, a migrant-services. with Central American families who have crossed the border in record numbers. But in recent days, hundreds of migrants from another part of the world.

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Rather, it seeks the authority to hold migrant children and their parents until their cases have been adjudicated, a process that could take months. DHS officials. to transfer them quickly from the.

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Even before the White House submitted an emergency request to Congress this week for $4.5 billion to help manage the record number of migrant families. Mexico border to house migrants. Both.

SAN ANTONIO – For months, a migrant-services center blocks from the Alamo in downtown San Antonio has been packed with Central American families who have crossed the border in record numbers.

Garcia, with the city of San Diego, said officials will continue monitoring the release of migrant families along the border and adapt their strategy as needed. She emphasized the need for nonprofits and local governments to continue working together. But she said they cannot and should not have to go at it alone.