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Thousands march for reproductive rights in San Diego, echoing national day of action. Lawmakers discuss power of the Latino vote at San Diego conference. San Diego Customs and Border Protection officers are canceling appointments meant to allow particularly vulnerable asylum seekers into the United States while pandemic border policies continue to limit who can enter the country.
When asked about the cancellations, CBP officials pointed to a capacity issue at the San Ysidro Port of Entry from last weekend but declined to elaborate further.
The program to set appointments for certain asylum seekers is the result of a temporary agreement between the federal government and the American Civil Liberties Union in a lawsuit challenging the legality of a border policy that began under the Trump administration during the pandemic and continued under President Joe Biden.
That policy, known as Title 42, allows border officials to immediately expel asylum seekers and other migrants to Mexico or their countries of origin. In negotiation with the ACLU, the federal government is allowing nonprofits to identify particularly vulnerable asylum seekers who are in danger where they are waiting in Mexico because of threats, medical conditions or other urgent issues.
Once their requests for Title 42 exemption are approved, those asylum seekers are given dates and times to go into the United States at ports of entry. At San Ysidro, groups of asylum seekers have been entering in the morning and afternoon on most days. Hollie Webb, lead attorney for the Border Rights Project with Al Otro Lado, a nonprofit that supports asylum seekers in Tijuana, said that many of her clients have ended up homeless because of the cancellations this week.
CBP officials did not respond to a follow up request from the San Diego Union-Tribune about the timeline for resuming the program. One woman from Honduras whose family was initially scheduled to enter Saturday worried about how she would be able to afford diapers for her baby since her husband had already quit his job in anticipation of their appointment. She had already told her landlord they would be leaving Saturday.
Now he wants them to pay August rent in order to stay longer. She also worries about her oldest daughter, age 12, because the girl was already nearly kidnapped in Tijuana. She has a lot of fear.
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A year-old man from Haiti named Jimmy was supposed to cross at the beginning of this week. But that same night after he was sent back from the port of entry because of the cancellations, he said, a group of about 20 people carrying guns and machetes broke down his door and told him to leave. He fled with his nephew, who has a disability. I just want to change the situation.
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