More than 100,000 Chinese nationals have migrated into the United States since 2021, with little action from the government to block or deport them.
The failure to deport these migrants is incentivizing more to come, and many are collecting in New York where they work illegally.
Many Chinese migrants win asylum claims in court, despite being economic migrants who have transited through multiple safe countries. (Trending: US Troops Deliver Devastating Blow to Biden)
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“When [President Joe] Biden and Mr. Xi met last week during an international summit in San Francisco, for instance, immigration was absent in their discussion,” reported media outlets.
Michele Thoren Bond said, “They would just plain refuse to acknowledge the person was Chinese.”
“It is not credible that a country that documents and monitors its citizens as closely as China does not have photos of every citizen,” said the fmr. Assistant Secretary of State.
According to Reuters, in 2015, “But, not for the first time, China failed to provide the necessary documents, and three months later not one of those arrested has been deported, and many have been released from custody.”
The administration is determined to enable a greater flow of migrants from China, and the flood of Chinese migrants is creating more organized crime and national security problems.