The CBP restarted its “Remain in Mexico” this past Monday, Dec. 6, in the border region of El Paso, Texas.
CBP and federal authorities in the El Paso border region began to register non-Mexican migrants seeking asylum and return them to Mexico for a short period until the Migrant Protection Protocols program is reinstated.
The “Remain in Mexico” program will soon be expanded to other locations across the Southwestern U.S. Border.
The program will process 30 non-Mexican migrants seeking shelter daily.
For more information on the program, please visit the link below.