In a status update on its border security efforts, DHS indicated that the number of total apprehensions along the southwest border during the first six months of FY2015 was 151,805, which is down nearly 60,000 (or 28%) compared to the same period in FY2014. Additionally, total apprehensions along the southwest border—comprised of apprehensions of unaccompanied children, family units, and single adults—for FY2015 are at their lowest point in the past four fiscal years.

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DHS Releases FY2015 Mid-Year Border Security Update