The Migrant Protection Protocols, commonly referred to as "Remain in Mexico", are DHS procedures under which Central Americans who crossed the southern border with asylum claims are temporarily returned to Mexico.
Residents of Mexicali in Baja California have forced their state's governor to cancel a plan to create a shelter for migrants returned from the U.S. A protest in mid-October decried planned placement of the shelter in a neighborhood filled with schools, businesses and resident's homes.
Central American mothers are abandoning their teenage children at the border in the hopes that they will send home money. Liberal/left media have been using this phenomenon to produce emotion-laden reports about "desperate asylum seekers".
The Mexican federal government is busing Central American "asylum seekers" returned from the United States under the Trump administration's "Remain in Mexico" program to its southern border with Guatemala.
A report in The Texas Tribune shows how the Trump administration's "Remain in Mexico" program is causing false asylum seekers to return to their home countries, instead of waiting for their scheduled immigration court dates in the United States.
The Trump administration's "Remain in Mexico" program has been expanded to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Concerns have been raised regarding the safety of that destination, due to the fact that it is dominated by a major drug cartel.
Two cities on the Mexican side of the border will be added to the three that are currently receiving migrants returned from the U.S. under the DHS Migrant Protection Protocols.