Biden administration reinstates fast-track deportation flights

Biden administration reinstates fast-track deportation flights

30 Jul    Finance News

The Biden administration on Friday resumed fast-track deportation flights to Central America, the Department of Homeland Security announced.

The big picture: Officials said Monday that they were planning to resume “expedited removal flights” following an increase in the number of migrants crossing into the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, the Washington Post reports.

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Details: Two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement flights departed from Texas with 73 people, less than the 147 adults and children who were originally set to travel, the Post notes, citing DHS officials.

What they’re saying: “Irregular migration to the United States is dangerous and may carry long-term immigration consequences. The journeys is especially dangerous for families and children, including teenagers,” DHS said in a press release.

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