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Just 13 percent of Migrant Families Forced to Turn Back in Recent Days

A migrant family from Guatemala crossed the Rio Grande in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, on March 22, 2021 after requesting asylum at the Paso del Norte international bridge. After the refusal, the family crossed the river illegally. (David Peinado/NurPhoto via AP)

By Jeffrey Rodack


The Biden administration turned back an average of just 13% of nearly 13,000 migrant family members attempting to cross at the U.S. southern border this past week.

Axios attributed the information to new data leaked by the Department of Homeland Security. The information covers the week of March 14. The family members were all returned to Mexico.

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