According to one report, at least 1.5 million illegal immigrants identified as “fugitives” crossed the border under the Biden administration.
The term refers to the estimated number of illegal immigrants who entered the country and were not caught. That number was down from 530,000 in fiscal 2023 with four months to go, the New York Post reported. This is in addition to the estimated 600,000 “refugees” in 2022 and 389,000 in 2021.
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The number of Biden administration “escape attempts” surpasses 1.5 million, nearly four times the estimated 415,000 in the past three years of the Trump administration.
The total for fiscal 2023 is expected to increase following the expiry of Title 42 of the COVID-19 Emergency Response Policy, which allowed the Biden administration to turn migrants away at the border to prevent the spread of COVID.
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The policy expired on Thursday after customs and border police arrested more than 10,000 migrants every day from Monday to Wednesday. Another 15,000 migrants were arrested over the weekend.
The Texas Department of Public Safety launched an operation with the Texas National Guard in December to track “fugitive fugitives” using sniffer dogs and drone operators.
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The Biden administration planned to release detained migrants who have not yet received a court date when detention facilities reach capacity, but a federal judge blocked that plan on Thursday. Two days later, the same judge denied the administration’s request to stay the injunction barring the releases.
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