The surge of illegal alien migrants at the border has forced U.S. detention officers to release approximately 107,000 illegal alien family members into our border states. This influx has diverted officers from other crucial tasks as deporting criminal aliens who pose a danger to public safety.
“The current crisis that is occurring at the southwest border, the numbers that we collectively as a nation are seeing . . . is absolutely unprecedented.” said Nathalie R. Asher, acting executive associate director for Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s deportation division.
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