Saturday, May 25, 2024

Chinese Illegals Join Border Surge in Record Numbers

'Nearly all of the Chinese migrants are released...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) It was recently revealed that immigrants from China have started a massive surge into the United States from the southern border, with the majority of them being military-age men.

During the first seven months of the 2023 fiscal year — which began on Oct. 1, 2022 — Border Patrol agents apprehended nearly 10,000 migrants who entered the U.S. between ports of entry, according to Breitbart . More than 8,000 of those 10,000 were single adults. Additionally, the single adult apprehensions exceed the total of all Chinese immigrants apprehended during the past six fiscal years combined.

In its April report, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Nationwide Encounters showed that this year, the number of Chinese migrants apprehended by Border Patrol agents exploded, with 3,195 Chinese illegals being apprehended in April alone.

Breitbart reported that this brought the seven-month total of Chinese migrants apprehended in the fiscal year of 2023 to 9,753, with the government structure reporting that 8,207 — 84% — were single adults. The news source also reported that nearly 5,200 of those illegals entered the country in the Rio Grande Valley Sector in southeast Texas.

According to an unidentified source who works with CBP, most of the illegals who come from China are military-age males who are paying up to $55,000 each to be smuggled from their country to the United States. The source said that of the 9,753 migrants that entered the country in 2023, almost all crossed through the southwest border with Mexico.

Additionally, the source added that when the illegals were interviewed by border patrol agents, most of them were reciting a canned response to the questions which determine whether they will be eligible for an asylum hearing. According to the illegals, the reason why they left China is because the communist regime in their country made living impossible.

Additionally, the source said that it is problematic to gather accurate, detailed information from Chinese illegals during the interviews.

“We have too many migrants in processing facilities and using telephonic interpreters does not make for ideal debriefings,” the source said.

“Nearly all of the Chinese migrants are released.”

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