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Biden is more aggressive than Trump in Mexican deportation

So far in 2021, the United States has increased Mexican deportation from 13,355 in January to 21,485 in May. Photo: Brenza Latin

La Jornada says US President Joe Biden has deported more Mexicans than Donald Trump and spent more than two months returning 20,000, contrary to the immigration policy he announced.

These figures are much higher than the pre-Govt-19 epidemic in the Trump era. In May, Mexican authorities announced 21,485 repatriation procedures for nationals.

There is an increase in the illegal classification provided by customs and human traffic control agencies to Mexicans crossing the border into the United States for a number of reasons.

According to the United States Office of Customs and Border Protection, the number of undocumented detectives increased by 7.6 percent in May 2021 compared to the previous month.

From October 2020 to May 2021, there were 414,330 people in disarray, both adults and children of all national races, despite knowing that the Mexican majority exists, the newspaper warns.

For example, the Border Patrol announced that children in the period 16.419 362.682 adults.

In turn, the field operations office and border patrol were issued with 70 thousand 630 registrations in May, 65 thousand 663 in April, 62 thousand 576 in March and 44 thousand 275 in February.

Meanwhile, a total of 40,821 in January; In December 2020, 39 thousand 396; In November, 44,168, and in October 46,801, for a total of 414,330, all figures are higher than the Trump era.

Throughout the current year, the numbers are on the rise, and the trend is expected to continue despite the visit of Vice President Kamala Harris and a change in Democrat immigration policy, officials told the newspaper.

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So far in 2021, the United States has risen from 13,355 in January to 21,485 in May, and 22,201 in April, more than the pre-epidemic record.

(With information by Brenza Latina)