DeSantis Vows to Fight Biden Program Bringing Illegals Into the U.S. by the Flight Load

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is reportedly now determined to take a stand against what he perceives as the Biden administration’s improper utilization of parole authority, which enables undocumented migrants to enter the United States by air in large numbers every month.

A recent report reveals that Miami is a popular choice for migrants arriving on these flights.

In a recent report, the administration drew attention to a study conducted by the Center for Immigration Studies.

This study utilized data from Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to shed light on the migration patterns of individuals admitted to the United States through the parole program for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans (CHNV).

The findings of the study revealed that a significant majority of these migrants were choosing to fly to Miami. According to a recent study, over 326,000 migrants have already made their way to Miami.

“It’s an illegal program. They’re bringing people in who don’t have a right to be in this country from foreign countries,” DeSantis stated on Wednesday.

In October 2022, a policy was introduced for Venezuelans, granting a select few the opportunity to travel directly to the U.S. under specific conditions.

These conditions included having entered the country legally, possessing a sponsor in the U.S., and successfully passing biometric and biographical screenings.

The program does not directly assist with arranging flights, and it is the migrants’ responsibility to make their own travel arrangements.

In January 2023, the administration made a significant announcement regarding the expansion of the program.

It was revealed that Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Cubans would now be included, and the program would accommodate up to 30,000 individuals per month entering the United States.

The policy enables migrants to obtain work permits and a two-year authorization to reside in the United States.

This announcement coincided with an expansion of Title 42 expulsions to encompass individuals from additional nationalities. According to the Department of Homeland Security, over 386,000 individuals have entered the country through the parole program by the conclusion of February 2024.

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