‘Over the Border’ by Jared

Illegal immigrants crossing border:how long will it last

The sudden influx of migrants at the border between the United States and Mexico emphasises a fact that Democratic Party leaders frequently try to downplay US border policy has a significant impact on the number of people who attempt to enter the nation illegally.


Immigration is a tremendously divisive political issue today, much like so many other issues. As a result, the complexity and trade-offs of the problem can occasionally be overlooked. The white nationalist conspiracy theories that frequently appear on Fox News are the most vile activity Democrats have ever engaged in.      However, Democrats have occasionally disregarded the complex issues surrounding immigration policy.

Immigrants violent tendencies

This cross-sectional study’s goals were to learn more about the frequency and types of violent incidents as well as their relationships to various variables among an Italian sample of immigrants and refugees. Face-to-face structured interviews were used to gather data between September 2016 and July 2017. 503 subjects in all took part.40% and 46.5%, respectively, of the sample said they had been the victim of violence in Italy at least once since arriving and once in the previous 12 months. 53.2% of the participants reported suffering psychological violence, compared to 40.3% who reported physical violence, 18.9% who reported economic violence, and just 6.5% who reported intimate relationship abuse.

Immigrant injuries and even deaths

Firefighters, ambulances and mortuary trucks descended upon the area. According to the National Immigration Institute, 29 individuals were hurt and are in “delicate-serious” condition, while 39 people died.

The facility was housing 68 guys from Central and South America at the time of the incident, according to the agency. According to unidentified sources cited by local media, there were dozens of fatalities and about 40 hospitalised casualties, some of whom were in critical condition.

The Stanton International Bridge, which connects Juarez, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas, is not far from the INM site. Thousands of migrants, mostly from Venezuela, have just arrived in the Mexican city.

When the fire started just before midnight, numerous ambulances and firefighters were dispatched.

Local law enforcement, the Mexican Army, the Mexican National Guard, Juarez Forensic Medical Services, and representatives of the Institute of Migration are allegedly cooperating with recovery efforts on the scene.