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Repatriation Agreements El Paso, TX and Ciudad Juarez, Chih. History. Repatriation agreement signed in 1998 INS District Director, El Paso Border Patrol Chief El Paso Border Patrol Chief Marfa Consulate General of the U.S., Juarez

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history
History
  • Repatriation agreement signed in 1998
    • INS District Director, El Paso
    • Border Patrol Chief El Paso
    • Border Patrol Chief Marfa
    • Consulate General of the U.S., Juarez
    • Regional Delegation Instituto Nacional de Migration, INM Juarez
    • Consulado General de Mexico, El Paso
identified items
Identified Items
  • Place of Repatriation
  • Time of Repatriation
  • Special Action Cases
    • Criminal
    • Unaccompanied Juvenile
    • Unaccompanied women with children
    • Response times
    • Points of Contact
    • Information Sharing needs
department of homeland security
Department of Homeland Security
  • Customs and Border Protection:
    • Office of the Field Operations Director
      • The Ports of Entry
    • Office of the Border Patrol
      • Chief Patrol Agent- El Paso
      • Chief Patrol Agent-Marfa
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement
    • Office of the Special Agent in Charge
      • Office of Investigations
    • Office of the Field Office Director
      • Office of Detention and Removal
government of mexico
Government of Mexico
  • Consulado General de Mexico,

El Paso, Texas

  • Instituto Nacional de Migracion, Cd. Juarez, Chih. MX INM
other players
Other Players
  • Consul General of the United States, Cd. Juarez Chih. MX
  • Security and Prosperity Partnership Team DHS Headquarters, Washington DC.
  • Bureau of Prisons
  • United States Marshal’s Service
  • Oficina de la Procuradora General de la Republica Mexicana, PGR Juarez
  • Border Liaison Mechanism
fy 2005 total repatriations from el paso to juarez
FY 2005 Total Repatriations from El Paso to Juarez
  • Ports affected: All POE’s from Presidio TX to the Arizona Border.
    • Majority through the Paso Del Norte-Libertad
    • FY 2005
      • Total 134,999
        • With criminal background 13,201
customs and border protection statistics
Customs and Border Protection Statistics

Local arrests of Nationals of Mexico by day to day operations of the Border Patrol; Individuals are returned the day of arrest without detention

Voluntary returns to Mexico

FY 2005

El Paso Sector 108,479

Marfa Sector 8,221

immigration and customs enforcement
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • DRO Field Office, El Paso,
  • Formal removals
    • Detained at the El Paso Service Processing Center
    • Released from local prisons
      • FY 2005 7500*
          • Criminal 4500 *
          • Non Criminal 3000 *
immigration and customs enforcement12
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • National by way of the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System.
    • Removals to Mexico through El Paso/Juarez
      • FY 2005 10,789
        • Criminal 8,721
        • Non criminal 2,068
information sharing and notification prior to repatriation
Information Sharing and Notification Prior to Repatriation
  • El Paso Service Processing Center
    • A representative from the Consul General of Mexico El Paso TX, Protection division visits EPC at lease twice weekly.
    • DRO units communicate directly with the Consul General’s office in coordinating special case removals.
      • Health
      • Special care
information sharing with inm immediately prior to removal
Information Sharing with INM Immediately Prior to Removal
  • Manifest faxed to INM at least 20 minutes prior to removal.
  • If special interest case is coming from another location, the information is shared as soon as possible after notification.
  • An INM Official signs a copy of the manifest upon receipt of the repatriated individuals.
what is reported on the manifest
What is Reported on the Manifest
  • Alien Registration Number
  • Name
  • Nationality
  • Status of removal- formal/informal
  • Disposition -removal
  • Violence yes/no
  • Detention
  • Expense
  • Offense/Conviction - see next slide
  • FINS
examples of offense conviction
Examples of Offense/Conviction
  • Marijuana
  • Reentry after Deportation
  • Methamphetamine
  • Weapon
  • Burglary
  • Distribute controlled substances
  • Human Trafficking
  • False Claim to United States Citizenship
what else has happened this week
What Else has Happened this Week?
  • ICE participated in the following law enforcement operations in El Paso
  • The Office of the Procuradora General has identified a person in the United States who is wanted in Mexico. That person was removed through El Paso/Juarez and his custody was turned over to proper authorities.
  • The Bureau of Prisons conducted a Treaty Transfer, of 35 Citizens of Mexico serving time in US prisons to Mexico for completion of Sentence.
the future
The Future
  • The Department of Homeland Security of the United States and the Secretariat of Governance of the United Mexican States are ready to test a template for the orderly repatriation of Citizens of Mexico and the United States throughout the United States in El Paso, TX and in Chicago IL.
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WHY?
  • This is one aspect of the Trilateral Agreement between the United States Mexico and Canada to ensure the Safety of all of North America. The Orderly Repatriation of our citizens and communications sharing is essential to our safety.
in conclusion
In Conclusion
  • Orderly Repatriation Agreements
    • Common Sense
    • Communications
    • Trust
    • Safety for the People of North America