A total of six humanitarian groups were selected by the President of the United States, Joe Biden, to apply selection filters to migrant asylum seekers.
Unofficially, it was announced that United States immigration authorities will work in collaboration with humanitarian organizations to determine the eligibility of vulnerable migrants on the border with Mexico who are seeking asylum in the country.
In the absence of an official announcement or announcement, there will be six organizations that will carry out this type of task. This strategy proposes receiving daily about 250 asylum seekers who will be accompanied by these humanitarian groups in their process within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), who will decide whether to accept the application.
The names of the organizations have not been made public as a precaution, as they fear that by revealing the names the migrants will go to the offices of these organizations in Mexico, which would cause crowds.