Over 200,000 Cubans entered U.S. illegally in fiscal year 2023

Cuban migrants at the Mexico / U.S. border

From our Bureau of Weaponized Migration with some assistance from our Bureau of Rats Fleeing Sinking Ships

Everyone who keeps track of such statistics knows that a record number of Cubans left the island in 2022. What many such statistic-watchers don’t know is that the exodus kept flowing into the U.S. in 2023. It has slowed down a bit, but not much.

Aided by Nicaragua’s dictatorship, which allows Cubans to travel there without visas, Castro, Inc. has gotten rid of nearly a quarter million Cubans in this past fiscal year.

The fate of most of these “migrants” is still undecided, but it is highly likely that most of them will be returned to Castrogonia. Meanwhile, they rot in immigration Limbo here in the U.S.

Loosely translated from Cubanos Por El Mundo

More than 200,000 Cuban migrants entered the United States by land during the last fiscal year 2023

This information was published by the Department of Customs and Border Protection in its year-end report, which was from October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023.

Official figures reveal that specifically there were 200,287 Cuban migrants who entered the United States territory in the last 12 months requesting political refuge.

It is important to mention that the month of September was the month with the greatest influx of Cubans to the border points, accounting for a total of 15,677.

In the months of August, June and January, there were also more than 10,000 encounters with Cuban migrants at the border.

These high figures only confirm the largest irregular exodus from Cuba in the history of the United States, due to the deep crisis that the island is going through and that keeps Cubans in need.

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