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Migrant Protection Protocols FY2022

Fiscal Year 2022 runs from October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2022

Southwest Border Total Encounters

USBP Apprehensions by Southwest Border Sector 

SectorOct-21Nov-21Dec-21Jan-22Feb-22Mar-22Apr-22May-22Jun-22Jul-22Aug-22Sep-22
Big Bend3,604           
Del Rio28,111           
El Centro5,042           
El Paso13,992           
Laredo7,443           
Rio Grande45,324           
San Diego14,318           
Tucson19,118           
Yuma21,623           
Total158,575           

 

OFO Southwest Border Inadmissibles by Field Office 

Field OfficeOct-21Nov-21Dec-21Jan-22Feb-22Mar-22Apr-22May-22Jun-22Jul-22Aug-22Sep-22
El Paso403           
Laredo1,227           
San Diego3,724           
Tucson374           
Total5,728           

Individuals Apprehended Entering the US Without Inspection Subsequent to Being Returned to Mexico through MPP

CategoryOct-21Nov-21Dec-21Jan-22Feb-22Mar-22Apr-22May-22Jun-22Jul-22Aug-22Sep-22
FMUA44           
Single Adult156           
UAC213           
Total113           
1May include those adults who were previously enrolled in MPP as a single adult or as part of a family unit (FMUA).         
2UACs are not amenable to MPP. UACs shown in this table were previously part of a family unit (FMUA) that was enrolled in MPP.         

Note: MPP Partner Metrics

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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