First Hearings on Border Crisis Begin This Week

Reports show that law enforcement has encountered more than 5.2 million migrants in two years. 

Representative Jim Jordan, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, announced he will launch the first in a series of hearings on the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border beginning February 1st.

The Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Oversight and Reform will both bring border agents in to testify. 

Since 2021, more than 5.2 million noncitizens who, without authorization, attempted to enter the U.S. have been encountered by federal law enforcement. That number includes those who sought asylum at a port of entry. 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For the members of the house committees as they hear testimony and determine what legislation is needed to address border security.
  • For members of both the Judiciary and Oversight Committees as they begin investigations into the crisis that exists at the U.S.-Mexico border. 
  • For Congress as they work with the administration to work to solve the crisis at the border.

Sources:, The Hill, Washington Times


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