Kamala Harris to in-charge the administration for handling migrants on the US border:

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  • US Vice President to follow the orders of President Biden and lead the administration for handling the diplomatic efforts with the US borders shared with Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras in order to deter the migrations.
  • She was ordered by the POTUS (President of The United States of America) to improve the conditions in Central America.
  • The assignment is believed to be one of the most aggressive issues faced by the White House, ever faced by Harris.
  • As per the orders delivered by the president, Ms. Harris has to oversee the administration’s plans for pumping billions of dollars into the ravaged economies of the Southwestern corridor. She will be working with the leaders of Central American governments to bolster the region’s economy in the hopes of reducing the violence and poverty that often drive families in those countries to seek refuge in the United States.
  • Besides the underscoring of the border urgencies, thousands of young migrants will be shifted from detention centres meant for adults into shelters managed by the Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Meanwhile Republicans are attempting every motive to defame Biden and Harris by seizing the images that sounded profitable for solving the case. They followed their motives by stating the agenda of Biden to be unnecessarily more attractive for more immigrants from the region, have vowed to put the issue at the centre of their efforts to retake power in Congress next year.
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  • Mr. Biden, however, has continued to use a pandemic emergency rule to rapidly turn away most migrants at the border. Mr. Biden has struggled to find space for the young migrants approaching the border after only recently restoring shelters to full capacity despite the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Even though an appeals court allowed the United States to resume expelling minors, Mr. Biden has elected to welcome them into the country, where they must be kept in custody until they can be released to sponsors.
  • The effort by Ms. Harris to address the root causes of migration, which can take years, is also unlikely to quickly produce the swift action demanded by Republicans and some Democrats to reduce the overcrowding at the border.
  • The diplomatic assignment is likely to be challenging and very largely unsuccessful, as critics charged that corrupt leaders there had not effectively spent foreign aid money.
  • More than 4,800 children and teenagers are still stuck in detention cells intended to hold adults for short periods, including more than 3,300 held longer than the maximum 72 hours allowed under federal law.
  • The number of minors in the border facilities increased to more than 4,960, according to data released on Wednesday by the Department of Homeland Security.
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  • The largest number of minors held this way under the Trump administration was about 2,600 in June 2019, according to current and former Customs and Border Protection officials.
  • The young migrants are supposed to be moved swiftly to shelters with recreational space and educational programs overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services before they are released to sponsors in the United States, they had to spent an average of 136 hoursnearly six days — in the border jails, according to government documents.
  • There were early 11,200 minors were in the care of the Department of Health and Human Services, filling about 94 percent of readily available beds, according to the documents.
  • Recently, at a restricted capacity, nearly of around 14,000 beds were present during the pandemic. Therefore, the US administration is now working to open more emergency facilities with the help of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
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