Over 400,000 Migrants Admitted to US via Mass-Parole; GOP Blasts Biden’s Border Policies

In 2023, over 400,000 migrants entered the United States through a mass-parole program, with 103 flying to Charlotte Douglas International and two to Raleigh-Durham International. These figures were revealed by the Committee on Homeland Security in the U.S. House of Representatives. U.S. Rep. David Rouzer, R-N.C., criticized the program, stating that it allowed 404,000 inadmissible aliens into the country without a legal basis. He condemned the Biden administration for exacerbating the border crisis and attempting to conceal the influx of illegal immigrants.

The Biden administration’s mass-parole program focused on individuals from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela. The program allowed up to 30,000 people per month from these countries to come to the U.S. for two years, provided they had an eligible sponsor and passed vetting and background checks. However, Rep. Richard Hudson, R-N.C., demanded accountability for the program, while Rep. Dr. Mark Green, Republican from Tennessee, criticized Secretary Mayorkas for allowing inadmissible aliens to reach every corner of the country, calling it an “unlawful sleight of hand” and an impeachable offense.

The documents also highlighted that Miami and Fort Lauderdale airports in Florida received the highest number of migrants, with New York City, Houston, and Orlando following closely. Rep. Dr. Mark Green emphasized the program’s detrimental impact on homeland security and vowed to hold the Biden administration accountable for its open-borders agenda. These revelations have raised concerns about the administration’s handling of immigration and border security and have sparked calls for greater transparency and accountability.

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