Biden Flying Illegals Where?

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( – According to data from the Department of Homeland Security, over 45 US cities have received hundreds of thousands of migrants through a parole program that targets four nationalities. The data reveals most of them enter the country via Florida airports. 

From January to August 2023, around 200,000 migrants entered the US through the program. Eighty percent of them arrived in Florida. 

The policy began in October 2022 for Venezuelans. 

Initially, a limited number of migrants could fly or travel directly into the US provided they had a sponsor in the US, had not entered the country illegally, and passed other vetting criteria. 

The cost of the travel had to be covered by migrants. 

After only three months, in January 2023, the administration announced that it would be expanding its parole program to include Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Cubans. Under the expanded program, up to 30,000 migrants could enter the US each month. The program gave them access to work permits and a two-year authorization to live in the country. 

As of the end of February 2024, more than 400,000 nationals have arrived in the US under the program, according to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data.

Within the eight months ending August 2023, 197,807 migrants entered the US. 161,562 of those arriving in the country entered through Florida, primarily Miami and Fort Lauderdale. 

These figures mean Florida is absorbing ten times more Migrants than New York, the second most popular state among migrants. 

This number could multiply in the coming months. 

According to DHS data, there were still 1,6 million migrants waiting for DHS approval to enter the country.

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