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U.S. & Mexico border-crossing limits now extended through Nov. 21

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WASHINGTON, DC -- Travel restrictions on the United States’ shared borders with Mexico and Canada have been extended through Nov. 21 due to concerns over the spread of Covid-19, acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf announced on Twitter Monday morning.

"We are working closely with Mexico & Canada to identify safe criteria to ease the restrictions in the future & support our border communities," Wolf wrote, but offered no timeline for when such an easing might occur.

Monday's announcement marked the latest extension of restrictions on non-essential travel after limits were initially put in place March 31 by mutual agreement of the U.S. and Mexico.

Thousands of people cross the U.S.-Mexico border daily for work, school and other activities. Essential travel includes individuals traveling for medical purposes, attending school or engaged in trade, like truck drivers, among others, according to a previously posted regulation notice.

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    1. You’re restricted since you don’t have a U.S. Passport or Citizenship card. There is no record of a Mark Turner crossing the border or coming back. Fake markturner.

        1. Be sure to send us a link to a picture of you holding a newspaper with date. But we all know you are full of crap and lie. You do know there are at least 20 Mexican police officers on every street corner watching for dumb gringos like you and due to the COVID19.

        2. My brother in law is La Migra moron. INS. The guy that asks you for your citizenship and what you have to declare. Care to lie some more gringo? Like madmike said no record of a Mark Turner or is it Alberto Velarde your master alias?

          1. Nobody in law enforcement on either side of the border is going to have anything to do with trash like you, madmike, or albertovalarde. I’ll be going back tomorrow.

    2. There are restrictions. Anything less than than US permanent residence not allowed ie: shoppers. Going into Juarez there are no restrictions and no one checks anyhow, you just walk right thru.

    1. Your schizo buddy markturner needs your help at the Sunland Park, NM border. He is getting hia ass kicked by Jeff Allen. His bat shoved up his you know what.

    1. Human beings have the right to choose whatever hospital they want to use depending on their insurance. It sure doesn’t depend on the whims of Nazi filth and white supremacists.

    2. If they have perm residence they can be pregnant. Not that they wouldn’t even know unless it’s obvious. I suppose they could just add it to the routine questions. HIPAA would probably apply tho.

  1. We had a little program ready for jeff allen but then I learned about a program the US Attorney for the District of Mew Mexico has for him. That will suffice. Like I said before, racist Nazi filth always get what’s coming to them. Yeah, if I were jeff allen, I’d get somewhere other than the borderland because living here is getting ready to be real uncomfortable for him. He’s scum anyway and no one wants racist filth like that living in a multicultural community like El Paso.

    1. The only one any AUSA would be interested in, is you. You are the one that posted that you intentionally hired illegals over US citizens, in violation of
      8 U.S. Code § 1324a – Unlawful employment of aliens

    1. The only one any AUSA would be interested in, is you. You are the one that posted that you intentionally hired illegals over US citizens, in violation of
      8 U.S. Code § 1324a – Unlawful employment of aliens

      Time to investigate you?

    2. Not only have you repeatedly admitted here on KVIA, committing multiple federal felonies, you also have admitted to committing aggravated battery and criminal damage to property with a bat.

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