‘They will transfer the deportees to their places of origin’
Juarez City.After the conclusion of Title 42 and the extension of Title 8 to all nationalities, it is expected that there will be no more than 250 immigrants who can be returned daily across these borders and will be mobilized from here to their countries of origin.
“The intention is that none of these people deported under Title 8 remain at the border, and that is the information we have from immigration. We have agreed that they will report on these special operations,” explained Oscar Ibáñez Hernández, the representative of the state government in Juarez.
“These persons will be transferred by the National Institute of Migration (INM) to their countries of origin, if approved by the Government of Mexico, or to the south of the country so that they can resume their operation or return home by their own means.”
Although Ibáñez Hernández confirmed that he did not know the specifics of the transfers: “I don’t know the practical details of how he did it, I know that the intention is for the transfer to be immediate,” he said.
He commented that they do not expect a wave of immigrants to Juarez because Title 42 is no longer in effect.
“We do not expect that, what the National Movement for Immigration is proposing is to be more stringent in the flow of migrants from the south to the north, so there are a series of measures that will be taken and we will support them, but they are operations that they envision. No convoys have been detected and there are not expected to be there,” he added. Unusual movement of migrants towards the border.
This week it was confirmed that up to 250 migrants of four nationalities per day would be deported by Juarez and sent directly to their countries of origin, as part of agreements reached by the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and the United States. , Joe Biden, at the meeting they had on Tuesday.
The agreement was that immigrants of only four nationalities would be repatriated through Mexico: Haiti, Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, and it would be done through four border cities: Juárez; Black Stones, Coahuila. and two from Tamaulipas, a total of a thousand newspapers.
“However, all persons deported under this circumstance, the National Institute of Migration will not leave at the border and will therefore be removed because the Government of Mexico has agreements with those countries to perform repatriations,” it states.
We do not have an estimate of the number of immigrants in the city. In the past two weeks, the situation for immigrants has changed a lot.