Cartels charge $21,000 from Indians to help them illegally cross the US border: Sheriff

The report said that illegal crossings by migrants from these four countries were down more than 95 percent. It added that the number of migrants stopped along the Mexico border last month to about 150,000, down from 251,487 in December. On Thursday, the government said that almost 1,000 children who were separated from their parents while attempting to enter the United States during Donald Trump’s presidency were still not back with family. Releasing a statement, the Department of Homeland Security said a task force set up to coordinate reunification efforts “has to date identified 3,924 children” separated during Trump’s tenure, of which 2,926 were reunited.

This news was written by Ms. Annapoorani Research Assistant at All India Legal Forum.


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