California's southern border is witnessing a surge in asylum seekers, with over 90,000 individuals entering the United States through official ports of entry this year alone. This figure, provided by Enrique Lucero, director of the Migrant Affairs Office in Tijuana, underscores the growing reliance on a new app-based system for managing the influx.
Jon Fink has more.
The CBP One app, launched earlier in 2023, allows migrants to schedule appointments with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services personnel at designated ports of entry, streamlining the arrival process and potentially reducing irregular crossings. According to Lucero, an average. . .