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The Department of Homeland Security is asking for your help identifying the agents tasked with overseeing the US-Mexico border.
In the coming months, agents will be deployed to patrol the southern border, which stretches from California north to Arizona and New Mexico.
Agents will be tasked with tracking the flow of illegal migrants across the border, identifying individuals crossing the border illegally, and investigating and enforcing criminal activity along the border.
The agency will also have officers deployed in patrol stations across the US to conduct search and rescue missions.
Agents are tasked with enforcing federal immigration laws.
The Border Patrol has been tasked with the duty of enforcing the US border since 1954, when President Dwight Eisenhower signed the Border Act of 1952.
Since then, the agency has been called on to enforce nearly 500 federal laws and to assist in the prevention of smuggling, terrorism, and other crimes.
The department’s new role is expected to increase its involvement in the border to an unprecedented level.
In addition to patrolling the border for illegal aliens, agents are also tasked with working with the Department of Health and Human Services to coordinate the federal government’s response to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The Department’s Department of Justice, the Department to Protect Americans from Terrorism, and the Department’s Office of Inspector General are also expected to assist the Border Patrol.
In March, the administration announced that Border Patrol agents would be deployed across the southern US, and agents will have to be armed.
The administration has also announced that they will be hiring agents for additional roles.
This is expected come October.
A report released in May by the Institute for Security Policy found that agents in the Department will be required to carry firearms, and will be able to use them to carry out “routine criminal enforcement activities.”
The report also found that in 2017, Border Patrol personnel were deployed to detain approximately 8,500 people across the country.