The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has admitted that farmers and manual labors in Central America are hacking U.S. asylum laws by bringing children to trigger the catch-and-release loopholes.
When the White House ended its family separation policy in June, she decided it was a good time to make the trip.
… Migrants have adapted … As asylum officers and immigration judges reject more [asylum] claims [by single adults], the number of single adults who arrive claiming fear of persecution is dropping.
Since 2016, cartel-affiliated coyotes have also used the nation’s lax asylum laws to deliver more than 110,000 children and youths from Central America to parents, relatives, or employers in the United States.
Pablo Duran Ramirez, 50, pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court in Cleveland, Ohio, to encouraging the illegal entry of Guatemalan nationals, including unaccompanied minors, into the United States for financial gain … Duran Ramirez is the fourth defendant to plead guilty in connection with a labor trafficking scheme that forced Guatemalan minors to work at egg farms in central Ohio.
#CBP #USBP Twenty-eight Guatemalan and four Honduran family groups, not part of the migrant caravans, surrender to Yuma Sector agents Wednesday after crossing the Colorado River vehicle barriers #NationalSecurity #SouthwestBorder pic.twitter.com/5vztseq1Ov
— CBP Arizona (@CBPArizona) November 16, 2018