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(CNN)President-elect Joe Biden plans to immediately begin the rollout of his immigration agenda upon taking office Wednesday, but the new administration will also have to contend with migrants already on the US-Mexico border, as well as those on their way.
Among the first actions Biden plans to take is proposing legislation that would offer a pathway to citizenship for the millions of undocumented immigrations currently in the United States. The legislation, which has already been drafted, includes an immediate path to citizenship for participants of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and Temporary Protected Status program, among others, border technology, and aid to Central America, according to people briefed on the plan.
The Department of Homeland Security has been putting contingency plans in place, in anticipation of an increase in migrants at the southern border as a result of deteriorating conditions in Latin America and a perceived relaxation of enforcement, and relaying those plans to transition officials, according to a senior DHS official. Plans include, for example, the use of soft-sided facilities that take into account Covid-19 precautions.
Non-governmental organizations and the Biden transition have been engaged in regular planning conversations that have primarily focused on them connecting with direct service providers at ports entry to start to get to a more nuanced perspective on processing and regional differences, according to two sources familiar with discussions.
The long-term plan is to set in motion a regional strategy that addresses root causes and expands pathways for migration.
According to Guatemala's official immigration agency, an estimated 7,000 to 8,000 US-bound migrants have crossed into Guatemala from Honduras since Friday.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a dramatic toll on Latin America, where Covid-19 cases and deaths have soared and economies projected to grow have been decimated. The region was also hit with two devastating hurricanes. The decline in economic growth in 2020, according to the Congressional Research Service, is expected to worsen income inequality and poverty in the region.
Caravans, as they've largely become known, are intended in part to provide safety in numbers as migrants embark on the dangerous journey north. The Trump administration seized on caravans to back up controversial and restrictive policies that largely sealed off the US, but they're only one means of migration.
"It gets outsized attention because it's a lot of people. They do it for safety, they do it for community. ... It doesn't necessarily mean they have a better chance of getting in," said Theresa Brown, director of immigration and cross-border policy at the Bipartisan Policy Center.
"We knew for awhile there was pent up demand to come to the United States," Brown added, citing conditions in Latin America.
Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Monday the country is closely watching developments of a migrants' caravan moving towards the US from Central America, adding that he's talking with Central American and US government officials, including the incoming Biden administration. Lopez Obrador said his team is "in communication with the government of the United States, the current officials and those who are coming through in the new government" around the caravans' issue.