The latest news updates for San Diego, California.


Why San Diego is Seeing More Migrants from Other States

SAN DIEGO - More suspected illegal immigrants from other areas are ending up in California.

iNewsSource reports agents in the area are now receiving busses and planes of migrants from Yuma, Arizona and El Paso, Texas and are processing the migrants because the other sectors are overwhelmed. This as migrant encounters in the San Diego Sector are down compared to other areas.

Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Chris Magnus says 'failed communist regimes' in Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua are driving more migrants north to the U.S.

Border agents have encountered 2.1 Million migrants at the border in the last fiscal year, the majority of which are from unlawful entries.

Migrant Border Crossings Into The U.S. Surge To New Record High

YUMA, ARIZONA - SEPTEMBER 26: Immigrants seeking asylum in the United States are processed by U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing into Arizona from Mexico on September 26, 2022 near Yuma, Arizona. They had passed through a 5-mile gap in the border fence at the Cocopah Indian Reservation. During the Trump administration the tribe resisted federal efforts to build the border wall through their lands, which lie adjacent to the Colorado River. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)Photo: Getty Images

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