Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega, with friend. A new wave of immigration is knocking on the doors of the U.S., despite the reduction experienced this summer after the end of Title 42 and the new Biden immigration policy.

Detentions on the border with Mexico increased by 30 percent in July, from 99,545 to 130,000. This month, the figure could reach up to 170,000 encounters.

Although it is true that border arrests seem to be a liver punch to the migration plan of the Biden administration, the problem is more complex than that. There is an engine that drives and encourages migration to […]

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