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[IWS] CRS: APPREHENSIONS OF UNAUTHORIZED MIGRANTS ALONG THE SOUTHWEST BORDER: FACT SHEET [2 May 2014]

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Apprehensions of Unauthorized Migrants along the Southwest Border: Fact Sheet

Lisa Seghetti,  Section Research Manager

Daniel Durak, Research Associate

May 2, 2014

http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/homesec/R43523.pdf

[full-text, 5 pages]

 

[excerpt]

According to the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP), the number of illegal alien apprehensions between southern ports of entry (POE) in the United States has generally declined from  about 1.6 million in FY2000 to nearly 420,000 in FY2013. Much of this downward trend has occurred since FY2005. Apprehensions of unauthorized migrants by the USBP along the U.S.-Mexico border fell from about 1.2 million in FY2005 to a 41-year low of 328,000 in FY2011, before climbing to 357,000 in FY2012 and 414,397 in FY2013.

 

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