A border patrol agent talks to a group of migrants before processing them after they crossed the US-Mexico border on November 11, 2022.InternationalIndiaAfricaMEXICO CITY (Sputnik) – Mexico’s National Institute of Migration (INM) has temporarily stopped issuing transit permits to incoming migrants amid changes in US immigration regulations, according to media reports. INM has directed all offices in all of Mexico’s states to stop issuing multi-entry migration forms or other documents authorizing transit through the country, a presidential document, cited by Formula on Friday, says. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) agency has reinforced its presence at the Northern Mexican border given the US lifting of Title 42, UNHCR spokesperson Deanna Bitetti told Sputnik on Friday. AmericasBiden ‘Pulling’ Agents From US-Mexico Border Despite Post-Title 42 Migrant Influx03:20 GMTThe Title 42 public health policy expired late on Thursday night. The Trump-era public health emergency order imposed in March 2020 allowed the US government to turn away illegal immigrants at the border to prevent the spread of COVID-19. US President Joe Biden said earlier this week that the US administration expected the situation near the border to be chaotic once Title 42 was lifted.