On Friday, Defense Secretary James Mattis signed a memo approving U.S. Department of Defense funding through September for up to 4,000 troops along the border.
About 225 Guardsmen will form the first wave of Operation Guardian. Under the federal laws Trump invoked in his proclamation calling for Nationwide Guard troops, governors who ship troops retain command and administration over their state's Guard members and the USA authorities picks up the value.
Brown has repeatedly fought with Trump over immigration policy.
California and New Mexico, the two other states bordering Mexico, have not made public commitments to sending Guard members.
"My administration has no choice but to act", he wrote.
Border apprehensions still remain well below the numbers when former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama deployed the Guard to the border.
In Mexico Metropolis, a caravan of Central American migrants that had been heading north stopped inside the Mexican capital.
Texas announced the deployment of 150 Guardsmen to support Trump's new border-security mission on Friday night.
"We had a 200-percent increase in traffic across the border", said Ducey.
Mexico's foreign relations secretary Luis Videgaray said his Government was evaluating its cooperation with the United States.
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But retail businesses shed 4,000 jobs and construction companies lost 15,000 workers after going on a hiring spree in February. Excluding the addition of 1,000 workers from government payrolls, the private sector added just 102,000 for March.
Arizona has boosted the number of National Guard troops it will send to the Mexico border to 338 from 225 as part of President Donald Trump's plan for having the military help fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
But Videgaray said "no decision has been taken to reduce or suspend any mechanism or co-operation". They will be integrated with 100 Texas Guardsmen who had been working on a previous border support mission.
He also said he doesn't think the border is a partisan issue. "You current me any one who's for drug cartels or human trafficking or this ammunition that's coming over a wide-open and unprotected border proper right here".
Texas announced Monday it will send at least 1,000 troops there.
The National Guard troops are expected to help Border Patrol lower the number of people and contraband entering the US through the southern border.
There is no end date for the deployment, Abbott said: "We may be in this for the long haul".
Grijalva said deploying troops send the wrong message to Mexico and to America.
That was confirmed Monday by Ducey's office, which said in a statement that Arizona guardsmen would act in "mission-enhancing capabilities" that will free up Border Patrol agents in the field.
South Carolina Adjutant General Robert Livingston says details including how many troops the state will send, their duties and how long they will stay will have to be worked out.
In California, Brown's spokesman, Evan Westrup, said Monday that state officials are still reviewing Trump's troop request.