Biden Admin Freed Over 670K Foreigners Into US

By Victor Winston, updated on December 23, 2023

In a startling revelation, the Biden administration's border policies have led to an unprecedented number of migrants being released into the United States.

Since the start of 2023, over 670,000 migrants have been released into the US, surpassing the population of major cities like Las Vegas.

The Biden humanitarian parole programs and the CBP One app were launched in January 2023. They were designed to manage the influx of migrants from specific countries and to streamline border processing. However, the sheer volume of individuals entering the US has raised concerns about the capacity to adequately handle such numbers.

Parole Programs Draw Significant Attention

The parole programs have primarily targeted migrants from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela. Approximately 300,000 individuals from these nations have gained entry into the US through these initiatives.

This number is significant, indicating a focused effort to provide humanitarian relief, Breitbart reported.

Alongside this, the CBP One app, which allows migrants in Mexico to schedule border entry appointments, has facilitated the entry of over 373,000 migrants. This technology-driven approach was meant to create a more organized border-crossing process.

Combined, these two methods have contributed to the release of over 670,000 migrants into the US interior, a number that eclipses the population of entire states like Wyoming and Vermont.

Surpassing State Populations: A Major Concern

According to DHS officials, an estimated 5,000 migrants are being released daily from the border under these policies. This staggering figure translates to around 150,000 individuals per month, or an annual rate of 2 million, based on current trends.

In November, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released figures indicating the magnitude of the situation. These numbers have brought to light the scale of migration under the current administration's policies.

A DHS official stated, "The figures indicate that Biden’s parole pipeline, which makes up only a portion of his administration’s expansive catch and release network, has released more foreign nationals into the U.S. interior than residents who live in Wyoming and Vermont."

Official Estimates and Congressional Responses

DHS officials privately informed Congress this month about the daily release rate of migrants. The administration's approach to handling border crossers and illegal aliens has been a subject of intense scrutiny and debate among lawmakers.

The ongoing situation at the border reflects a complex interplay of humanitarian concerns, immigration policy, and national security considerations. The administration's efforts to manage the situation have been both commended for their humanitarian aspect and criticized for potential long-term impacts.

"President Joe Biden’s parole pipeline at the United States-Mexico border has released a foreign population into American communities larger than Las Vegas, Nevada’s, population in less than a year."

Comparing Populations: Cities and States

The comparison of the number of migrants released to the population of Las Vegas provides a stark visualization of the scale of these parole programs. It highlights the challenges cities and communities may face in accommodating such a large number of new residents.

Similarly, the comparison to state populations like Wyoming and Vermont underscores the national impact of these policies. It brings into question the capacity of various states and localities to absorb and integrate these individuals effectively.

The administration's parole programs have thus become a focal point in the ongoing national conversation about immigration policy.

Looking Ahead: Policy Implications and Challenges

As the situation evolves, the Biden administration faces the task of balancing humanitarian obligations with the practicalities of immigration control. The policies implemented will likely continue to shape the landscape of US immigration for years to come.

The impact of these policies extends beyond immigration statistics; they have significant social, economic, and political ramifications. As such, they will remain a critical area of focus for policymakers, advocacy groups, and the public at large.

Looking forward, it will be essential for the administration to address the complexities of this situation, taking into account the diverse array of factors at play.

  • Since January 2023, over 670,000 migrants have been released into the US.
  • Humanitarian parole programs and the CBP One app have facilitated this influx.
  • Daily release rates are estimated at around 5,000 migrants.
  • These figures surpass the populations of cities like Las Vegas and states like Wyoming and Vermont.
  • The Biden administration's policies continue to be a topic of national debate.

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About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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