Illegal immigrant children on the border of the United States and Mexico

According to US media reports, statistics provided by the U.S. government to the federal court show that the United States detained nearly 1000 unaccompanied illegal immigrant children at the U.S. – Mexico border from November 18 to 23, and the number of minors illegally crossing the border continues to rise. From November 18 to November 23, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Handled 997 cases involving unaccompanied illegal immigrant children, the acting director general of CBP said in a court statement on November 25, local time. Morgan added that more than 9900 unaccompanied illegal immigrant children have been detained since September 8. < / P > < p > according to the court statement, CBP expects the number of unaccompanied illegal cross-border minors to increase by 50% in the next 120 days. < / P > < p > in March 2020, the White House issued an emergency statement to prohibit most illegal cross-border personnel from staying in the United States, citing the fight against the new epidemic. On November 18, Federal District Court judge Sullivan ordered the trump government to stop expelling illegal immigrant children crossing the southern border alone on the grounds that it would cause the spread of the new coronavirus. In response, the trump administration asked the Washington circuit court to suspend the order of the lower court. Morgan said concerns about the surge in unaccompanied illegal cross-border children were linked to the district court judge’s ruling last week that he believed would “become a pull factor.”. 2