New Figures Show an Alarming Amount of Illegal Immigrants Coming From One Country

Published October 31,2023

A record number of illegal immigrants crossed the southern border in the past year came from India, according to figures released by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

According to the report, around 42,000 Indians were intercepted at the southern border in the past year. And, over 1,600 have crossed from America’s northern border (via the Wall Street Journal):

Roughly 42,000 migrants from India have crossed the southern border illegally during the fiscal year starting last October through September, according to data compiled by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. That is more than double the number from the same period the prior year, when crossings by Indians hit a historic high. An additional 1,600 have crossed from the northern border illegally—four times the number who crossed in the last three years combined. 

Since 2007, the total number of illegal border crossings by Indians in a fiscal year has exceeded 5,000 only four times. Indians nearly all turn themselves in to Border Patrol, rather than being arrested while evading capture, because they want to ask for asylum in the U.S.

One migrant, Arshdeep Singh, spoke to the WSJ about his journey to the U.S. He reportedly flew from New Dehli to Hungary “where he was kept in a small room for 10 days and given a few pieces of bread and some water.” He then flew to France and to Mexico City, where he was “locked in a room for another week.” He took another flight, a bus ride, and then was picked up by a driver in a pickup truck near the border. The whole journey took 40 days.


RELATED: Alejandro Mayorkas admits 600,000 illegal ‘gotaways’ crossed border in 2023, calls immigration system ‘broken’

Published October 31,2023

Over 600,000 people illegally made their way into the United States without being apprehended by border agents during the 2023 fiscal year, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas revealed Tuesday.

Mayorkas disclosed the number during a hearing on national security on Capitol Hill, in which he insisted the gotaways have been a problem at the border for “decades.”

“The phenomenon of gotaways is something that has been a challenge for the department of homeland security for decades,” the Biden-appointed secretary said.

Astonishingly, he added: “In fact, it is a powerful example of a broken immigration system.”

Customs and Border Protection figures released since the financial year ended on Sept 30 showed 900,000 migrants had been allowed into the country legally along the southwest border under humanitarian parole, allowing them to pursue asylum applications.

When the number of added to the number of Gotaways, that makes 1.5m migrants who have crossed the border in the last year, many of whom are now straining services in major metropolitan cities including New York, Chicago, Denver and Washington D.C.


RELATED: Migrants Apprehended in Texas-Based Border Sectors in 2 Years Exceeds Houston Population

WASHINGTON, DC – OCTOBER 14: President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden walk off stage after the President delivered remarks at the 2023 Human Rights Campaign National Dinner at the Washington Convention Center on October, 14, 2023 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Kent Nishimura/Getty Images)
Published October 30,2023

Border Patrol agents in the five Texas-based Border Patrol sectors apprehended more than 2.6 million migrants during the past two fiscal years. The number of migrants apprehended during this period exceeds the city of Houston’s population by more than 300,000 people.

Border Patrol agents assigned to the Rio Grande Valley, Laredo, Del Rio, Big Bend, and El Paso Sectors apprehended 1,216,501 migrants during the recently ended Fiscal Year 23. One year earlier, agents in these Texas-based border sectors apprehended 1,395,690 migrants.

This brings the total number of migrants apprehended to 2,612,191 during the past two fiscal years, according to the CBP Nationwide Encounters Report. This exceeds the population of the city of Houston (2,302,878) by more than 309,000 people — slightly less than the city of Corpus Christi.




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