Daily Border Bulletin- States want access to DHS database to purge voter rolls, Mexican visa applications go up, and more

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States want access to immigration database to purge lists of voters- Several presidential battleground states are moving quickly to reach agreements with federal officials to access a U.S. immigration database to purge noncitizens from voter rolls.

Tourist visa applications from Mexico increase 36 percent- China and Mexico are the only two U.S. Missions that process more than one million visa applications each year, according to a State Department’s press release.

Border crossing are at the lowest level- The government says apprehensions of people for federal immigration violations have dropped to the lowest level in 40 years, reflecting a decline in the northbound traffic of undocumented immigrants from Mexico.