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Migrant Protection Protocols FY2023

Fiscal Year 2023 runs from October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023.

USBP Apprehensions by Southwest Border Sector

Sector Oct-22 Nov-22 Dec-22
Big Bend 1,303 1,496 1,182
Del Rio 42,751 48,216 51,477
El Centro 7,317 7,023 9,711
El Paso 53,315 53,541 55,747
Laredo 6,016 4,309 3,297
Rio Grande 28,295 27,822 28,174
San Diego 17,867 16,822 18,892
Tucson 22,937 23,418 22,037
Yuma 25,073 24,749 30,664
Total 204,874 207,396 221,181


OFO Southwest Border Inadmissibles by Field Office

Field Office Oct-22 Nov-22 Dec-22
El Paso 2,037 2,605 2,874
Laredo 13,987 14,072 15,869
San Diego 9,166 9,399 9,958
Tucson 1,213 1,424 1,605
Total 26,403 27,500 30,306

Category Oct-22 Nov-22 Dec-22
FMUA 26 22 25
Single Adult1 54 75 77
UAC2 10 7 7
Total 90 104 109

1 May include those adults who were previously enrolled in MPP as a single adult or as part of a family unit (FMUA).

2 UACs are not amenable to MPP. UACs shown in this table were previously part of a family unit (FMUA) that was enrolled in MPP.

In addition to the MPP goals and metrics set out by the Department, CBP will work with its DHS and DoJ partners to take into account daily data for migrants entering the United States by location, including both the number of migrants assigned to MPP appearing at a port of entry to attend immigration adjudication proceedings along with the outcomes of such proceedings and the number of migrants assigned to MPP who remain overnight in the United States when evaluating the effectiveness of MPP.

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  • Last Modified: January 17, 2023