Biden admits over 400,000 immigrants into the US by expanding ‘lawful pathways’: CBP

The Biden administration has flown over 400,000 migrants into the United States since January 2023, according to a monthly update from Customs and Border Protection.

The administration’s Department of Homeland Security previously announced new processes to allow nationals from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela to request to come to the U.S. “in a safe and orderly way.”

Individuals are considered on a case-by-case basis and must have a supporter already in the country.

Supporters can be other refugees or asylum seekers. They are required to demonstrate “sufficient financial resources to receive, maintain, and support the individual(s) whom they commit to supporting for the duration of their stay in the United States.”


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