Index - Abroad - 160,000 illegal immigrants have been admitted to the United States since March

A Fox News According to documents obtained by Joe Biden, the government of Joe Biden allowed more than 160,000 illegal immigrants into the country.

It was written that the Biden government allowed these people into the country with minimal supervision. Of these, 95,000 were admitted with a legal status, the NTR, that required them to report to the immigration office when they arrived where they wanted to settle.

With this status, illegal immigrants have arrived in the country since March, but since August 6, two other legal statuses have been granted to illegal immigrants. According to Fox News, an additional 32,000 people have been admitted to the country so that they can even initiate the issuance of official documents required for work right away.

According to Fox News, it is indeed possible to use this procedure, called a parole, under humanitarian law in humanitarian crises. However, these cases should be judged on a case-by-case basis, with indications that they have now been massively approved by the government. Rodney Scott, a former commander of the U.S. Border Patrol – who was removed from the post this summer – told Fox News about this, saying he was abusing his power.

In addition, the documents show that since 6 August, a further 40 000 people have been admitted under another legal status (OR), which also requires those concerned to report to the authorities at a later stage.

The number of illegal immigrants admitted to the country has really increased since 6 August,

since then, 135,000 have come to the country.

The U.S. Border Guard told Fox News in this regard that under the above legal statuses, all admitted people will have to report to the authorities. Between 2014 and 2020, 81 percent of those who received these statuses also applied to the agencies later.

Homeland Security Minister Alejandro Mayorkas, meanwhile, warned that the number of immigrants arriving at the border could even increase in the near future due to poverty, violence and corruption in Central America.

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