Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeauannounced this Friday that his country will begin deporting migrants and refugees, many of them from Latin America, who cross into his territory through unofficial entry points after passing through USA.
Trudeau made the announcement during a joint press conference with US President Joe Biden during a visit to Canada and after both countries conclude a new immigration agreement.
The agreement aims to address the concerns that Canada has expressed about growing number of asylum seekersmany from Latin America who have arrived in their territory in recent months due to the difficulty of making it to the US due to the new restrictions imposed by Biden.
In particular, the agreement will allow Canada to deport migrants to the US who cross the border between two countries through crossings that are not official points of entry.
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This point will allow you to solve the problems you have encountered. Roxham Road border crossing between Quebec (Canada) and New York State (USA) and because of which hundreds of people have come to Canada seeking asylum in recent months.
In exchange for speeding up these deportations, Canada promised to take in 15,000 migrants from the Americas next year. (EFE)
Source: Aristegui Noticias
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