Border Patrol sector told to release illegal aliens from most Eastern Hemisphere countries into US

Border Patrol sector told to release illegal aliens from most Eastern Hemisphere countries into US


Border Patrol agents in the San Diego sector were recently instructed to release illegal aliens from most Eastern Hemisphere countries into the interior of the United States, according to a memo first obtained by the Washington Examiner.

The internal communication stated that single adults from more than 100 countries in the Eastern Hemisphere who cross into the U.S. illegally through the San Diego sector are to be processed as “NTA/OR,” or Notice to Appear/released on Own Recognizance. According to the memo, the individuals are from “hard or very hard to remove countries” that do not cooperate with the U.S.’s deportation efforts.

Illegal aliens from “mandatory referral countries,” including Russia, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Moldova, and Kyrgyzstan, are not eligible to be released into the U.S. and request asylum,

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