Seven Mexican Nationals Apprehended After Crossing Canadian Border

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
By Paul Martin

16 Apr 2019

Swanton Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended seven Mexican nationals after they illegally crossed the border from Canada into New York.

Surveillance agents located in the Swanton Sector Tactical Communications Center observed a group of migrants crossing into New York on April 13, near Fort Covington. Agents responded to the area and located seven migrants, according to Swanton Sector officials.

The agents approached the group and conducted a field immigration interview. The agents learned that all seven had no authorization to enter or be present in the United States, officials stated. The agents arrested the migrants and transported them to the Burke Border Patrol Station for a biometric background investigation and processing.

All migrants apprehended by Border Patrol agents undergo a biometric background investigation to search for previous criminal or immigration violations, prior deportations, or gang affiliation.

“The quick response by Burke agents resulted in the apprehension of seven illegal aliens,” Swanton Sector Chief Patrol Agent Robert Garcia said in a written statement. “These apprehensions are another great example of the hard work Border Patrol agents do every day to make our communities safer and secure our nation’s border.”

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