Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Arrests of immigrants at the border are at its lowest level in 40 years. We look at the reasons behind the numbers.
Ruxandra Guidi, KPBS Fronteras Desk
David Keyes, field coordinator for the Mexican Migration Field Research Program, UCSD Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
On Wednesday's show, we speak more about the change in border arrests.
Evening Edition airs weekdays at 6:30 PM on KPBS TV
New numbers from the United States government show that, this fiscal year, more undocumented immigrants were deported from the U.S. than were arrested when trying to enter.
In fact, arrests of immigrants at the border are at the lowest level in 40 years. We take a look at the numbers and look at the reasons for the decrease.