UPDATE ALERT: MIGRANT PROTECTION PROTOCOLS PROGRAM
On February 12, 2021, the Biden administrations unveiled a plan to allow almost 25,000 individuals who have pending MPP cases reenter the United States.
When and where will people be allowed to enter?
- “Phase One” of the readmission process will begin on February 19.
- DHS will create a “virtual registration process” where individuals will be able find out when and where they will be allowed to reenter online or by telephone.
How will people be allowed back in?
- CBP will allow roughly 300 people a day to reenter the United States
- Before being allowed to enter, individuals will be given a rapid COVID test. They will not be admitted until they test negative.
- Once individuals have entered the United States, they will be placed into an “alternative to detention” program and released to a local border shelter. That shelter will then be able to organize transportation to a final destination.
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