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Los Protocolos de Protección a Migrantes

Los Protocolos de Protección a Migrantes [Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP)] constituyen una acción gubernamental de los Estados Unidos [U.S. Government (USG)] mediante la cual los ciudadanos y nacionales de países aparte de México, que llegan a los Estados Unidos por tierra desde México -- sea o no sea a través de un puerto de entrada -- podrían ser devueltos a México de conformidad con la Sección 235(b)(2)(C) de la Ley de Inmigración y Nacionalidad [Immigration and Nationality Act (INA)] mientras sus procedimientos de remoción se encuentren pendientes en los Estados Unidos bajo la Sección 240 de la INA.

Metrics and Measures

The Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) are a U.S. Government (USG) action whereby citizens and nationals of countries other than Mexico arriving in the United States by land from Mexico -- whether or not at a point of entry -- may be returned to Mexico pursuant to Section 235(b)(2)(C) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) while their U.S. removal proceedings are pending under Section 240 of the INA. MPP is a core component of the USG’s efforts to address the migration crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Acting Secretary Chad Wolf Statement on Non-Essential Travel

“In close collaboration, the US, Mexico, and Canada have each agreed to extend restrictions on non-essential travel across their shared borders for 30 additional days. As President Trump stated last week, border control, travel restrictions and other limitations remain critical to slowing the spread and allowing the phased opening of the country.” 

Migrant Protection Protocols

Migrant Protection Protocols

MPP is a part of DHS’s comprehensive approach to manage illegal migration, in connection with regional partners, by streamlining U.S. removal proceedings.

Acting Secretary Wolf Traveling to Texas

WASHINGTON – Tomorrow, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf will travel to Texas for a three day trip to El Paso, McAllen and Austin. Acting Secretary Wolf will participate in an operational tour of DHS facilities on the Southwest border, meet with local DHS leadership, survey new border wall construction, and meet with state, local and community officials. 

Joint Statement Outlines Clear Path Toward Historic Northern Triangle Compact

On February 20, 2019, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen and Northern Triangle security ministers in San Salvador, El Salvador formalized the development of a “regional compact” and action plan aimed at addressing the ongoing humanitarian and security crisis of irregular migration and the formation of migrant caravans.

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