No Illegal Alien Left Behind, Part II

By Kausha Luna on September 14, 2015

The second group of Mexicans to be let back into the U.S. after having agreed to voluntary return to Mexico "under coercion" are expected to arrive on at the border on Tuesday (pending additional cases to be approved by U.S. government). Esmeralda Flores of the American Civil Liberties Union told Univison the three Mexican nationals will first hold a press conference in Tijuana tomorrow.

At the end of August a group of six illegal Mexican immigrants who had been removed were also allowed to return as a result of a 2014 lawsuit settlement by the Obama administration. The settlement allows illegal immigrants who had signed voluntary departures "under coercion" between June 8, 2009, and August 28, 2014 to return to the U.S.

To read more on the subject see "No Illegal Alien Left Behind".