With Over 256,000 Illegal Immigrant "Encounters" Last Month, Biden Sets Record for Worst February Ever



11 more Terrorism Suspects caught during the month as Illegal Immigration rose in February

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — “Despite Secretary Mayorkas finally admitting that there's a border crisis after three years of lying to Congress – and the American people – he continues to incentivize unlawful entry into the country with his mass Catch-and-Release and mass-parole programs,” said House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark Green, after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security reported more than 256,000 "encounters" with unauthorized migrants in February, the worst February on record.​​​​​

At more than 256,000 illegal immigrant "encounters" during February – approximately 13,000 more than in January 2024 – it continues the increasingly disturbing and publicly concerning upward trend during President Joe Biden's term in office, though it is still well below December’s unprecedented 371,000 level. publicly
 
Nearly 190,000 of the more than 256,000 illegal immigrant encounters during February came at the U.S.'s Southern Border, and about 141,000 of those were Border Patrol arrests.

Among them were 11 more arrests of migrants whose identities were found to be on the government’s "Terrorism Watchlist."

The rest of the southern border encounters were unauthorized migrants showing up at crossings and demanding to be let in to the United States.
 
More than 42,000 of those sought entry under a legally iffy “parole” program created by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. On January 5th, 2023, the Biden White House announced its intent to provide “safe and orderly pathways to the United States” for up to 30,000 nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua & Venezuela.

Mayorkas created the "CHNV Program" – for Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua & Venezuela – which has brought in more than 386,000 migrants who lack a visa to be here.

The new program – formally known as "The Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans," or CHNV – allows certain people from these four countries who have a sponsor to enter the United States for a period of two years to live and work lawfully, using a legal mechanism known as “humanitarian parole.”
 
They are required to  pass a minimal background check that is now coming under scrutiny following a series of highly visible crimes committed by some particpants of the "process."

Under the program known as the CBPOne Mobile App, migrants can schedule their arrivals at the border and be allowed in.

The government also runs another parole program that allows up to 30,000 migrants from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela to preschedule arrivals at airports inside the U.S.

“This is part of the administration’s strategy to combine expanded lawful pathways with stronger consequences to reduce irregular migration and [has] kept hundreds of thousands of people from migrating irregularly,” CBP said.

Customs & Border Protection said the high numbers for both programs show the administration’s plans are working and “noncitizens will follow an orderly process when one is available.”

Republicans said that however they come, the migrants in question are not authorized under the law for entry – and should not be allowed entry into the U.S.
 















 
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