Border Crossings Slowing With Help From Mexico

U.S. Border crossings are slowing with help from Mexico, reports NBC News.

More than 280,000 migrants have been stopped inside Mexico this year, compared with roughly 100,000 last year. U.S. officials have apprehended 189,000 migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border this year, compared with 193,000 last year.

Customs and Border Protection officials expect April figures to be lower than last April and May — CBP recorded roughly 129,000 unlawful crossings, the second consecutive monthly drop, according to preliminary government data obtained by CBS News.

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