With rifles and razor wire, National Guard and state troopers are blocking migrants at the border in El Paso - Eagle Pass Business Journal

Dec 22, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

58% : "My hope is that they will have an opportunity to seek asylum in an efficient and humane way.
49% : In some parts of downtown El Paso, hundreds of migrants are still sleeping on the streets and waiting to get enough money to fly or catch a bus out of town to reunite with their families across the U.S.Border Patrol officials have also flown and bused migrants apprehended in El Paso to other Texas cities to process them.
48% : Thousands of migrants either have recently crossed the Rio Grande into El Paso or are waiting to cross the border when the U.S. government lifts Title 42, an emergency health order the government has used since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to quickly expel migrants -- including asylum-seekers -- at the U.S.-Mexico border without allowing them to request asylum.
45% : It will put tremendous strain on our law enforcement," she said during a town hall hosted Tuesday by the U.S. Hispanic Business Council.
44% : Under Title 42, the pandemic-era emergency health order that immigration officials have used to immediately expel migrants, ports of entry are closed to migrants seeking asylum.
43% : "I am very confident that it was not coordinated with Border Patrol," he said.
43% : Migrants who aren't expelled under Title 42 must be formally deported and can request asylum during that process.
41% : At the town hall meeting, Cortez reiterated his longstanding message that the border's immigration issues cannot be solved solely through law enforcement.
40% : Under Title 42, an untold number of migrants who are seeking asylum have been blocked at the border, said Nicolas Palazzo, a senior attorney with Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center in El Paso.

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