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EXCLUSIVE: 220K Migrants Apprehended in December Along SW Border

U.S. Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 220,000 migrants who crossed the southwest border in December. The number of apprehended migrants sets a record for December and is the second-largest month since the Clinton administration. This brings the total apprehensions for the first quarter of FY23 to more than 631,000.

Border Patrol agents assigned to the nine southwest border sectors apprehended well over 220,000 migrants in December, according to unofficial numbers in a Border Patrol report reviewed by Breitbart Texas. This represents an increase of nearly 30 percent over the more than 170,000 migrants apprehended in December 2021. It also represents a 210 percent increase over December 2020, President Donald Trump’s last full month in office. . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE: 220K Migrants Apprehended in December Along SW Border

Switzerland declares a freeze on admission for ‘refugees’

More and more countries are readjusting their asylum and immigration policies under the current onslaught of asylum seekers. Switzerland is now also pulling the emergency brake and does not want to take in any more “refugees”. A “temporary freeze on admissions”, it is said from Bern, is necessary because capacities are exhausted

.Specifically, this means that Switzerland is suspending its participation in the United Nations refugee program. After the arrival of thousands of refugees from Ukraine, the reception capacities are currently exhausted, said the spokesman for the State Secretariat for Migration, Lukas Rieder. The Swiss are now showing the stop sign to migrants from other countries. This also affects “refugees who are particularly in need of protection” selected by the UN. . . . Read more about Switzerland declares a freeze on admission for ‘refugees’

Switzerland declares a freeze on admission for ‘refugees’

More and more countries are readjusting their asylum and immigration policies under the current onslaught of asylum seekers. Switzerland is now also pulling the emergency brake and does not want to take in any more “refugees”. A “temporary freeze on admissions”, it is said from Bern, is necessary because capacities are exhausted

.Specifically, this means that Switzerland is suspending its participation in the United Nations refugee program. After the arrival of thousands of refugees from Ukraine, the reception capacities are currently exhausted, said the spokesman for the State Secretariat for Migration, Lukas Rieder. The Swiss are now showing the stop sign to migrants from other countries. This also affects “refugees who are particularly in need of protection” selected by the UN. . . . Read more about Switzerland declares a freeze on admission for ‘refugees’

New Homes For the Holidays: Migrant Families Scatter Across the Several States

If lifting Title 42 triggers a widely anticipated run on the southern border, the question becomes: Where will most of these new migrants end up?2022 government report that tracked the intended destinations of released family units found the largest numbers settled in three states: Florida, New York and Texas. But aside from these three states, surprisingly large contingents scattered into many other locations deep into the U.S. interior. . . .

 

 

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D.C. Council Passes Alien Voting

The Washington, D.C. city council recently passed a bill granting foreign nationals, including illegal aliens, the right to vote in the District’s local elections.  The bill that passed by a vote of 12-1 on October 18 allows aliens who have been “residents” in D.C. for 30 days to vote in local elections. The bill has not yet been sent to Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) and its fate remains uncertain.

The Washington, D.C. city council recently passed a bill granting foreign nationals, including illegal aliens, the right to vote in the District’s local elections.  The bill that passed by a vote of 12-1 on October 18 allows aliens who have been “residents” in D.C. for 30 days to vote in local elections. The bill has not yet been sent to Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) and its fate remains uncertain. . . . Read more about D.C. Council Passes Alien Voting

More than 100,000 New York City Kids are Homeless, While Migrants are Put Up in Swank Hotels

New York City officials remain “extremely concerned” about the fact that, for the past seven years, more than 100,000 school kids have experienced homelessness, but the alacrity with which they have moved to find suitable living accommodations for a wave of illegal migrants could not be more jarring. . . . Read more about More than 100,000 New York City Kids are Homeless, While Migrants are Put Up in Swank Hotels

Joe Biden Expands ‘Disaster Migrant’ Population to 530,000

President Joe Biden’s advisers have granted temporary legal status to roughly 30,000 Ethiopians now living in the United States.

The award of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) was announced Friday as Ethiopia’s government continues a disastrous war against a non-Ethiopian ethnic group in the Tigray region of the country.

“The United States recognizes the ongoing armed conflict and the extraordinary and temporary conditions engulfing Ethiopia, and DHS is committed to providing temporary protection [for 18 months] to those in need,” said a statement from Alejandro Mayorkas, the pro-migration secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. The statement added:

Ethiopian nationals currently residing in the U.S. who cannot safely return due to conflict-related violence and a humanitarian crisis involving severe food shortages, flooding, drought, and displacement, will be able to remain and work in the United States until conditions in their home country improve. . . . Read more about Joe Biden Expands ‘Disaster Migrant’ Population to 530,000

DHS Announces Plan to Stop Some Venezuelan Aliens at the Southern Border

On Wednesday, The Department of Homeland Security announced a new effort to stop the migration of Venezuela’s convicted criminals to the United States, restoring in part the Trump-era policy of returning some migrants back over the border to Mexico. 

The Department of Homeland Security stated that it would accept 24,000 Venezuelans through the legal avenue of “parole,” a privilege granted to DHS to allow aliens into the United States on an individual, frequently on a humanitarian basis - but used by the Biden Admin. in illegally broad swaths. 

To qualify as one of the 24,000 Venezuelans allowed into the U.S. via parole, a Venezuelan national must apply, be vetted, and be accepted by DHS while still outside the country. . . . Read more about DHS Announces Plan to Stop Some Venezuelan Aliens at the Southern Border

DHS Announces Plan to Stop Some Venezuelan Aliens at the Southern Border

On Wednesday, The Department of Homeland Security announced a new effort to stop the migration of Venezuela’s convicted criminals to the United States, restoring in part the Trump-era policy of returning some migrants back over the border to Mexico. 

The Department of Homeland Security stated that it would accept 24,000 Venezuelans through the legal avenue of “parole,” a privilege granted to DHS to allow aliens into the United States on an individual, frequently on a humanitarian basis - but used by the Biden Admin. in illegally broad swaths. 

To qualify as one of the 24,000 Venezuelans allowed into the U.S. via parole, a Venezuelan national must apply, be vetted, and be accepted by DHS while still outside the country. . . . Read more about DHS Announces Plan to Stop Some Venezuelan Aliens at the Southern Border

DHS Announces Plan to Stop Some Venezuelan Aliens at the Southern Border

On Wednesday, The Department of Homeland Security announced a new effort to stop the migration of Venezuela’s convicted criminals to the United States, restoring in part the Trump-era policy of returning some migrants back over the border to Mexico. 

The Department of Homeland Security stated that it would accept 24,000 Venezuelans through the legal avenue of “parole,” a privilege granted to DHS to allow aliens into the United States on an individual, frequently on a humanitarian basis - but used by the Biden Admin. in illegally broad swaths. 

To qualify as one of the 24,000 Venezuelans allowed into the U.S. via parole, a Venezuelan national must apply, be vetted, and be accepted by DHS while still outside the country. . . . Read more about DHS Announces Plan to Stop Some Venezuelan Aliens at the Southern Border

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