• Illegal border crossings plunge among Cubans, Nicaraguans

    23 hours ago - By My Sanantonio

    SAN DIEGO - U.S. authorities have seen a 97% decline in illegal border crossings by migrants from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela since Mexico began accepting those expelled under a pandemic-era order, the Biden administration said Wednesday.
    The announcement came one day after Texas and 19 other Republican-led states sued to stop widescale humanitarian parole for citizens of those four countries who apply online, fly to the United States and find a financial sponsor.
    The administration said Jan. 5 that it would admit up to 30,000 people a month from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and...
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