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Date Created:December 4, 2015

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Tags:BPstats2015, unaccompanied, Apprehensions, Grande, Citizenship, patrol, Southwest, Fiscal, Change, alien, border, family, Sector, Valley, children


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United States Border Patrol
Southwest Border Sectors
Family Unit* and Unaccompanied Alien Children (0-17) apprehensions through November, compared the same time period for
Sector
Fiscal Year
Family Unit*
Big Bend
Fiscal Year
Family Unit*
Percent
Change
Fiscal Year
Unaccompanied
Alien Children
Fiscal Year
Unaccompanied
Alien Children
Percent
Change
362 500%
321 500%
162
597
269%
214
494
131% Centro
199
216%
177
185% Paso
690 500%
163
571
250%
Laredo
248
311
25%
397
523
32%
3,365
8,537
154%
3,219
6,465
101%
San Diego
242
242
130
205
58%
Tucson
344
679
97%
855
1,285
50%
888 500%
547 500%
4,577
12,505
173%
5,129
10,588
106%
Del Rio
Rio Grande Valley
Yuma
Southwest Border Total
Citizenship Family Unit* Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC)
Southwest Border and Rio Grande Valley Sector Other
Apprehensions through November
Than Mexican (OTM) Apprehensions through November
Citizenship
Family Unit*
UAC
Rio Grande Valley Salvador
4,450
3,192
Guatemala
3,934
3,203
35,234
1,674
538
Southwest Border
3,614
Honduras
23,238
1,965
Mexico
*Represents the number individuals (either child under years age, parent legal guardian) apprehended with family member the U.S. Border Patrol