"This trip on Friday, which is being done in coordination with Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas, of course, joining her on this trip, and the planning and timing of it is done in coordination with them - as a coordinated effort with her office and DHS", Psaki said, adding that her work is continuing to "address root causes" and "work in coordination" with the federal government to "get this under control".
Earlier this month, she made her first trip overseas as vice-president - travelling to Mexico and Guatemala to hold talks about the migration crisis with the leaders of those two countries.
Symone Sanders, the vice president's senior adviser and chief spokesperson, confirmed the trip in a statement, saying, "Earlier this year, the President asked the Vice President to oversee our diplomatic efforts to address the root causes of migration from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras".
Harris hasn't visited the border yet, and the number of illegal immigrants crossing the border continues to sky-rocket.
"After months of ignoring the crisis at the Southern Border, it is great that we got Kamala Harris to finally go and see the tremendous destruction and death that they've created-a direct result of Biden ending my very tough but fair Border policies", he said.
President Kamala Harris will be visiting the US-Mexico border on Friday, June 25.
Her trip, however, was complicated by continued questions over whether she would go to the border to view the situation there.
That time has arrived because the number of immigrant children in US government custody has declined from levels that saw facilities both on and off the border overcrowded, Psaki added.
"She also said in an interview with NBC that she would be open to going to the border if it was an appropriate time", Psaki responded.
Harris and her team have repeatedly pushed back against criticism that neither she nor the president have gone to visit the U.S. -Mexico border, arguing that she is more focused on tackling the destabilizing conditions that are causing thousands of migrants from Central America to head to the border seeking refuge.
The trip will take place several days before former President Donald Trump accompanies Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to the border. And what does a former Afghan president have to say? In May, more than 180,000 migrants were apprehended at the border, according to monthly figures from Customs and Border Protection.
"This tax cut will give our nation's hardworking families with children a little more breathing room when it comes to putting food on the table, paying the bills, and making ends meet", President Biden said in a statement on Monday.
While in Guatemala, she told migrants: "Do not come".
"And I will continue to be focused on that kind of work, as opposed to grand gestures", Harris said in Guatemala City.