Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes speaks with Border Force officers and the HM Coastguard in Dover, to discuss migrants' attempts to reach Britain by small boat.
British border officials found 23 Iranians in three locations in Kent on England's southeast coast early Thursday, hours after French maritime authorities intercepted 11 migrants in a small boat near Sangatte.
It includes increasing joint patrols and surveillance, disrupting organised trafficking gangs and raising awareness among migrants of the dangers of a Channel crossing.
However, in the face of calls for more Border Force Cutters to be deployed in the Channel, he said it was "vital we strike a balance between protecting them and protecting our borders" - and avoid encouraging more people to take the risk.
Sajid Javid will face questions from the Home Affairs Select Committee on the number of migrants crossing the English Channel, Yvette Cooper has said.
The six Iranian men were discovered on a beach in Kent along with a rigid-hulled inflatable boat they are believed to have traveled in from France, British officials said.
A particular increase in arrivals has been recorded over the Christmas period, with British authorities finding 43 people in English waters on Christmas Day and 26 December.
Labour's shadow home secretary Diane Abbott has criticised Mr Javid for a "flawed" response to attempted migrant crossings.
The two men agreed on the need to "ramp up" co-operation and will meet face-to-face in January to assess whether further action is required, the Home Office said.
Javid said he cut short an overseas holiday because of the growing number of such incidents.
However, compared with the number of refugees seeking asylum in the United Kingdom every year, the number who have attempted to cross the channel by dinghy is tiny, says BBC political correspondent Ben Wright.
"It is vital we strike a balance between protecting them and protecting our borders, ensuring we do not encourage more people to make this unsafe journey".
He added that he anticipated further arrests in the coming weeks and thought more attempts to reach the United Kingdom were likely.
Chris Hogben, from the NCA, said its work with French colleagues had resulted in dozens of attempted crossings being prevented.
"They are around and about in the camps, they are in the cafes in Calais".
Detention Action said the reason for the crisis was the Government's failure to create safe and legal routes for people to claim asylum in Britain.
"Instead of laying the blame exclusively at the hands of criminal gangs, Sajid Javid must step up and provide safe passage for those in distress if he wants to avoid further human tragedy".