Most ‘Paroled’ Illegals Head to This State

( – Seeking to change the political dynamics of an increasingly red state, the Biden administration’s mass parole program is mainly funneling illegals into Florida.

According to documents disclosed by the House Homeland Security Committee, Biden’s program allows people from Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti and Venezuela to enter the U.S.

As per the program, entry is allegedly only permitted if applicants have a U.S. sponsor, pass a background check and show their parole is justified by significant public benefit or urgent humanitarian reasons.

Those who succeed can enter through U.S. ports, where they receive work permits and permission to stay for two years.

Over 400,000 paroled illegals have been processed through this initiative, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reports.

Covering January to August 2023, the documents detail that 200,000 migrants have entered through this program, primarily through these cities:

  1. Miami, Florida: 91,821
  2. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida: 60,461
  3. New York City, New York: 14,827
  4. Houston, Texas: 7,923
  5. Orlando, Florida: 6,043
  6. Los Angeles, California: 3,271
  7. Tampa, Florida: 3,237
  8. Dallas, Texas: 2,256
  9. San Francisco, California: 2,052
  10. Atlanta, Georgia: 1,796
  11. Newark, New Jersey: 1,498
  12. Washington, DC: 1,472
  13. Chicago, Illinois: 496
  14. Las Vegas, Nevada: 483
  15. Austin, Texas: 171

Additionally, DHS had about 1.6 million illegals waiting for approval as of October 2023.

DHS documentation highlights, “All individuals paroled into the United States are, by definition, inadmissible, including those paroled under the CHNV processes.”

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark Green (R-TN) criticized the DHS’s approach, stating, “These documents expose the egregious lengths Secretary [Alejandro] Mayorkas will go to ensure inadmissible aliens reach every corner of the country, from Orlando and Atlanta to Las Vegas and San Francisco.”

He further added, “Secretary Mayorkas’ CHNV parole program is an unlawful sleight of hand used to hide the worsening border crisis from the American people” that “has been proven an impeachable offense.”

Under the program, illegals are responsible for arranging their own travel, as outlined by Customs and Border Protection. The program is designed to admit up to 30,000 individuals from the specified countries each month.

In response to the crisis, several states, including Florida, have filed lawsuits against the Biden administration by arguing the program effectively creates a new visa category that lacks legal foundation.

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