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Central American families are arriving at the U.S. southern border in record numbers, pushing unauthorized crossings to a 12-year high. Unlike past migration waves, when most migrants were Mexican laborers who typically headed for Texas, California and other western states, the latest newcomers are fanning out across the United States to reunite with family members.
The U.S. government has not released information on the whereabouts or U.S. destinations of recent migrants. But The Washington Post has obtained exclusive data on the nationality and U.S. destination of one small sample: 1,545 migrants who passed through a shelter run by the El Paso nonprofit Annunciation House in February, about 2 percent of the total number of migrants who crossed into the country that month.
The article goes on to state the following:
Annunciation House arranges with U.S. authorities to take those released from custody into local shelters and then help them arrange travel to their destinations in the U.S. interior.
The White House has been floating plans to ship migrants to “sanctuary cities” — localities that limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities — and then release them there, trying to retaliate against Democratic lawmakers who have blocked funding for more immigration detention beds. Though authorities have said there is no operational plan in place to do so, President Trump tweeted Friday that such plans are under “strong consideration.”
— Alireza Taba (@alirezat) April 13, 2019
Our data shows the new arrivals aren’t all going to Houston, LA etc. They went to 42 states. And to towns like these:
-Beech Grove, IN
-Stone Mt, GA
-Green Forest, AR
-Fond du Lac, WI
-Webster City, IAhttps://t.co/dwiKP6gCW0
— Nick Miroff (@NickMiroff) April 13, 2019
A snapshot of where migrants go after release into the United States https://t.co/Kryqkqev5p
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 13, 2019
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