A boom on the border between minors could force the Biden government to build more housing
WASHINGTON – A recent surge in the number of unaccompanied minors crossing the border means that a new shelter can only accommodate 10 percent of the 7,070 unaccompanied minors held by the U.S. This is based on new data received from NBC News Biden administration to build more such shelters.
In January 5,871 were unaccompanied Immigrants under the age of 18 According to the Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the limit of 4,995 was exceeded in December.
The number of migrants crossing the border often increases during the transition between presidential administrations, but a health and welfare official who spoke on condition of anonymity also attributed the increase to the Biden administration’s migration allowed entry into the US who had otherwise been kept away …