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According to the Daily Mail, one of the largest migrant caravans yet is making its way towards the U.S. southern border just as President Biden heads to the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles.

The caravan is currently 11,000 strong but is expected to reach 15,000 by the time it arrives at the border.

“Many of the migrants come from Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, three countries whose authoritarian rulers have been left out of this week’s summit,” the Daily Mail reports.

From The Daily Mail…

The caravan is making its way northward as the Biden administration is fighting in court to end Title 42, the pandemic-era Centers for Disease Control (CDC) restriction that allows border agents to quickly expel migrants. 

Title 42 was supposed to end on May 23 but a federal judge in Louisiana granted an injunction on Friday that prevented the government from ending the policy. 

Nearly 2 million migrants have been expelled under the policy since it was first implemented. 

The Biden administration has stressed that the CDC has the authority to end Title 42 because it is a public health order, not an immigration order, but both Democrats and Republicans have called on the administration to rethink its ending of the policy.  

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials have said they expect up to 18,000 migrants per day once Title 42 is lifted. Border resources are at capacity when 5,000 migrants attempt to cross per day.