PHOENIX – The latest on the deployment of National Guard members on the US-Mexico border (all times local):
Mexico's Secretary for External Relations says his government is evaluating its cooperation with the United States  Luis Videgaray said in a Monday interview with local media that he would give results of the analysis in the coming weeks to President Enrique Pena Nieto.
Videgaray said Pena Nieto will make a decision "in the context of the United States, given the very public and notorious differences that we have today with the United States."
The country's Senate passed a resolution last week stating that Mexico should cease cooperation with the US on illegal immigration and drug trafficking in retaliation for Trump's moves.
But Videgaray said, "No decision has been made to reduce or suspend me chanism or cooperation."
US. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is scheduled to visit southern New Mexico and speak at a conference for sheriffs in border states.
Meetings will travel to Las Cruces on Wednesday and make remarks on immigration policy and the Texas Border Sheriff's Coalition on an annual assembly organized by the Southwestern Border Sheriff's Coalition.
Sessions' visit comes after President Donald Trump said last week he plans to send 2,000 to 4,000 members of the National Guard to the border.
Trump has also said that he's made the military at the border until progress is made on his proposed boundary wall.
The Southwest Frontier Sheriff's Coalition consists of 31 sheriff divisions of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California, whose counties within 40 kilometers of the US are Mexico Border.
The governor of South Carolina offers to send some of his country's National Guard troops to Texas to help fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking along the Mexican border.
Gov. Henry McMaster was a supporter of President Donald Trump before Trump became the Republican leading candidate in the 2016 primaries. Trump called thousands of National Guard troops along the border last week.
But McMaster says his offer Monday afternoon to Republican Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, was only one state that helped another, as other states have helped South Carolina after hurricanes] General Robert Livingston of South Carolina says details how many troops the state will send, their duties and how long they will stay will have to be worked out.
McMaster says he plans to make a similar offer to Arizona's Republican governor.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez's office says more than 80 of the National Guard's members of the state will be sent later this week as part of efforts by President Donald Trump to strengthen border security. [19659025Thesesoldierswillservethefirstofseveral250newNewMexicoseintheborderoperation
The Republican Governor affirmed in a statement her support for sending troops to the southwestern border to combat illegal immigration and drug trafficking and said the operation would eventually make New Mexico safer.
The New Mexico Guard met with US border guards over the weekend to discuss the number of troops needed and their responsibilities] It identified staff for the border operation without influencing members who also work in local law enforcement ,
Officials also say soldiers serving in the border operation need training and background checks.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott said his state would send at least 1,000 National Guard troops to the Mexican border in response to President Donald Trump's appeal.
Republican Abbott told San Antonio radio station KTSA on Monday that the state (19659034) The Texas National Guard said Friday that it would send a first posting of 250 members.
Abbott says there is no date for the deployment has been set and "we could be in it in the long run."
The governor says some guards may be armed if sent to places where danger threatens them.
But Abbott said he wanted to "downplay the notion" that the National Guard "would try to take in anyone who crosses the border."
Arizona has increased the number of National Guard troops it will send to the Mexican border to 338 out of 225 as part of the plan of President Donald Trump to provide military assistance to the country Combating illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
The Arizona National Guard stated in its statement that 225 soldiers will be deployed at the border and 113 more on Tuesday.
The statement came after Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced that more troops would be sent on Tuesday, but did not specify how many.
The statement says that the troops will help the law enforcement agencies, "the flow of t people, criminals, narcotics, weapons and ammunition traded in the state."
The Governor of Arizona in March cited a "rise" in border crossings as one of the reasons for his decision to send members of the state's National Guard to the Mexican border to combat illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
Republican Doug Ducey commented on Monday after sending out some of the 250 troops that sent Arizona in response to President Donald Trump's plan to send up to 4,000 troops to the border.
Ducey says the Arizona forces' mission is to "provide labor and resources to assist law enforcement agencies of federal, state, district, tribal and local authorities in curbing criminal flows of drugs, weapons and ammunition," who are being deported to our state. "
Texas also sends members of the National Guard to the US Southwestern border. New Mexico says it will. California is undecided.
National Guard members from Texas were shown in pictures made at the weekend on the US-Mexico border.
But the National Guard of the State did not return a telephone
The Texas National Guard had announced on Friday that 250 of its members would be stationed within three days at the border to uphold President Donald Trump's plan to combat illegal immigration to 4,000 members of the National Guard
The pictures the Texas Military Department shared with the Guard branches showed military-dressed members shaking hands with US frontier agents.
New Mexico has not deployed any National Guard members to the US-Mexico border since President Donald Trump called for troops to fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking , It is not clear when they will go to the limit.
The head of the US Border Patrols Sector, which covers part of West Texas and New Mexico, said on Monday that he had met with the leaders of the New Mexico National Guard to discuss and need their support Skills.
El Paso Sector Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Hull says troops are far from ready for action.
Hull says the troops could help with air support, surveillance and infrastructure repairs along the border, so border patrol agents have more time to enforce immigration laws.
California has not decided to send National Guard members to the Mexican border to support President Donald Trump's deployment of troops to fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
That says Governor Jerry Brown's Evan Westrup. He said on Monday that Trump's call is still under consideration.
Brown is a Democrat and has not spoken publicly about the request.
The spokesman for the California National Guard, Lieutenant Colonel Tom Keegan said last week that every request "promptly verifies how we can best help our federal partners."
The Republican governors of Arizona and Texas already have Troops stationed.
The Republican governor of New Mexico says their state will also participate.
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The Arizona office of Governor Doug Ducey says that the deployment of 225 members of the National Guard on the US-Mexican border in support of President Donald Trump's use to combat illegal immigration The US Government Pays
Ducey spoke Monday when he was listening to the guards at the Papago Park Military Reservation in Phoenix.
His office said guards would provide air, intelligence, operational and logistical support Border guards
They will also help build the border infrastructure to free up federal agents' time so they can concentrate on border control.
The Arizona authorities say guards are deployed in the first 31-day orders in the Tucson and Yuma customs and border protection sectors
Arizona governor Doug Ducey says that 225 members of the state's National Guard go to the US-Mexican border to support President Donald Trump's call for troops to fight drug trafficking and illegal immigration
Republican Ducey said Monday in a tweet that on Tuesday more of the Guard's Be stationed members of the US state.
No details were given as to what the Arizona forces would do at the border. Trump said he would send 2,000 to 4,000 members of the National Guard to the border last week.
Texas has also said that it will send members of the National Guard to the border. Trump has said that he wants to use the military at the border until progress is made on his proposed boundary wall, which has largely stalled in Congress.
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