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Biden’s Parole Program Releases Nearly 900K Foreign Nationals into U.S., Surpassing Populations of 4 States

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According to DHS data, President Biden’s parole policies have released nearly 900,000 migrants into the US since January 2023.

This includes over 500,000 via the CBP One app, which allows scheduling border appointments, and 386,000 from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela through humanitarian parole.

The figures from January 2023 through February 2024 show Biden’s parole pipeline is successfully importing tens of thousands each month.

By outpacing the populations of Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska and North Dakota, the parole releases have added over 893,000 new arrivals to the country.

Under Biden, the foreign-born population is on track to hit 50 million, the highest in American history, as nearly 8 million illegal border crossers have been encountered since he took office – more than passed through Ellis Island in over six decades.

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