Huge Jump in Illegal Alien Apprehensions Outside Mexico

By USDR


Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reported that the number of apprehensions of people illegally entering the U.S. from countries “other than Mexico” has increased by 27 percent in 2013.

Under the “Changing Demographics of Border Apprehensions” tab on its website, ICE reports that in fiscal year 2013, the number of “recent border crossers” taken into custody by Customs and Border Protection agents increased from 71,257 in 2012 to 90,461 in 2013, or a 27 percent increase.

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