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Venezuelan Migration to the U.S. border decreased in October, but overall Migrant arrivals remained high

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Decreased on venezuelan Migration to the U.S.

Decreased on venezuelan Migration to the U.S. The Biden cabinet recently announced a change in the country’s immigration policy regarding Venezuelan migrant. This policy change has resulted in a significant reduction of Venezuelan migration to the U.S.-Mexico border in October. The amount of migrant apprehensions at the border remains high, with many people arriving from Cuba and Nicaragua. Throughout October, Venezuelan migrant apprehensions in September, resulting in a 35% reduce by the arrival of 28,848 Cubans and 20,917 Nicaraguans.

Decreased on venezuelan Migration to the U.S.

Decreased on venezuelan Migration to the U.S.

The drop in border apprehensions comes after the U.S. began expelling thousands of Venezuelans to Mexico under a Trump-era public health order