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The White House has confirmed that it is working with Texas officials to prepare for another wave of Haitian illegal immigrants.

The White House has confirmed that it is helping Texas authorities prepare for the thousands of Haitians heading to the U.S.-Mexico border.

White House Deputy Press Secretary Carin Jean-Pierre made the remarks in response to a question during a briefing on Tuesday. “We continue to push people to say, ‘This is not the time to come,’ and we’re going to continue what we’ve been doing in the past.”

Several officials from Central American countries recently warned that an estimated 60,000 Haitians were heading toward the U.S. border.

“We have seen a growing trend of irregular immigration and have attracted the attention of key actors,” Panamanian Foreign Minister Erica Muens said in a Sept. September Foreign Ministry statement.

“We’ve been involved with every single authority we can think of, that we can see, we can say, ‘Please, pay attention to this,'” Moynes told Axios. He added that the Biden administration needs to come up with a plan.

Thousands of illegal immigrants, most of them Haitians, live in a primitive, makeshift camp under an international bridge that stretches across the Rio Grande between the United States and Mexico, while detained and processed by border patrols, in Del Rio, Texas. 21, 2021. (Charlotte Cuthbertson / The Epoch Times)

On Tuesday, Jean-Pierre said the Biden administration would use Title 42 to expel certain individuals who entered the United States illegally, citing “expulsion under family and single adults.” [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] Instructions if possible. “

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“Who can be deported is determined by the makeup of the specific family unit and the agreement with the country of origin or last place of residence,” he said.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott in anticipation of a wave of Haitian illegal immigrants Wrote Tuesday that it will continue to add more National Guard members and Texas Department of Public Safety personnel to its state border.

Thousands of Haitian illegal immigrants set up a makeshift tent under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, before the federal government removed them from the area late last month. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said about 12,000 of the 17,000 Haitians were sent to the interior of the United States.

With thousands of Haitians living in Bridge Shantitown, some public health experts have expressed concern that Kovid-1 or other infectious diseases, including measles, could spread.

Jack Phillips

Jack Phillips

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Jack Phillips is a reporter for The New York-based The Epoch Times.

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