1. Various, interior of new temporary U.S. Customs and Border Patrol facility in Yuma, Arizona, which will house migrant families and unaccompanied children.
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Porvaznik, U.S. Border Patrol:
"They'll come into this area here. They have benches to sit down. This is what we call intake. There will be a medical screening and then the intake is enrolling them into our processing system, which is taking their fingerprints, getting that biographical information a and biometric data. And then they will move on to the area, they will be able to move into the shower facility in the back. There's also a facility to wash clothes."
3. Various, interior of new U.S. Customs and Border Patrol facility
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Porvaznik, U.S. Border Patrol:
And then they'll be processed by border patrol agents and then moved over into the holding area where there is plenty of space to lay down on a mat that's provided for them and then watch TV if that's what they want to do, eat, there's tables over there for them to sit at and eat. So, and then there's a hygiene facility as well."
5. Various, interior of new U.S. Customs and Border Patrol facility
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Porvanzik, U.S. Border Patrol:
"More desk space in here, more computers. We'll be able to get people through the process faster."
The acting secretary of Homeland Security said he expected 25% fewer migrants to cross the border this month, as officials in Yuma unveiled their latest outdoor facility meant to detain children and families.
Construction of the 500-person tent facility near the Mexico border began two weeks ago.
Officials gave journalists a tour of the facility Friday, before it began accepting migrants.
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Chief Patrol Agent Anthony Porvaznik said the tents contain processing, medical and hygiene facilities, as well as mats to sleep on.