Since the signing of the U.S. -Mexico agreement, however, officials appear to be taking steps to address these issues by providing support to local immigration officials along the country's southern border. Saying he fled his home under threat from a gang, he planned to return later to Mexico vis the border bridge and apply for asylum at an official immigration control station.
Overall, U.S. officials say they are expecting a 15 percent to 20 percent decline in border arrests from May, when authorities detained more than 144,000 and migration levels reached their highest point since 2006.
But Homeland Security officials say current migration patterns are less linked to seasonal labor demand than in the past, instead driven by the widespread view in Central America that those who migrate with children have an opportunity - now - to gain entry to the United States by taking advantage of legal gaps in the USA immigration system.
Border arrests typically surge in the spring, when demand for USA farm labor grows, then subside during peak summer months, the Post reported.
"We are calling this a rescue because the containers were not designed for human transport".
Trump's administration announced plans on Monday to cut hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to the three countries, after he complained that their governments were not doing enough to curb immigration. Trump, a Republican, has made reducing illegal immigration one of the main policies of his presidency.
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He said each of the migrants was paying $3,500 to be smuggled to the United States and some paid $5,000 to be entitled to a second attempt if caught, Ebrard said.
The procedure is facing legal challenges, and critics say it exposes vulnerable families to grave danger by stranding them in mafia-dominated Mexican border cities with few services and little protection.
Trump praised the progress in a bilateral press conference with the Polish president last week, but he also warned that there could be a "phase two" put in place against Mexico if it doesn't hold up its end of the bargain.
Mexico is often sensitive to offers of US help with anything.
On Sunday, a guardsman working a highway checkpoint near the town of Comitan in southern Mexico said his orders under the new operation are to try to identify human smugglers, in addition to the usual mission of looking for drugs and weapons.
She said neighbors had told her: "We're going to become migrants if they take away the line of work we have here".