The El Paso border has been experiencing an influx of migrants, primarily from Venezuela. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection has projected that the daily arrival is 1,300 people. As a result, Texas Governor Greg Abbot sent buses full of migrants to sanctuary cities, including Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C. Within the past month, the state and Arizona have been utilizing migrant buses to raise concerns about the efficiency of our current national procedures.
Since September 7, 2022, over 932 El Paso border crossers have been granted “provisional releases.” This means migrants who are not detained during their removal proceedings are released to non-governmental organizations, which are now past capacity. Advocates fear that the immigrants bussed to these sanctuary cities may face high living expenses.
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Reeves Immigration Law Group will fight relentlessly to reunite families and help individuals gain safety. Regardless of how you arrived in the United States, our team of knowledgeable and dedicated attorneys will work with you to determine the best course of action for permanent resident status (green card). If you are currently facing a provisional release or have other immigration concerns, contact us today for legal assistance.