19,571 Cubans entered U.S. in March, bringing six-month total to 126,517

From our Bureau of Weaponized Migration with some assistance from our Bureau of Countries Without Borders

They keep pouring in, and most of them do so by crossing the southern border of the U.S. illegally. Look at the numbers in the headline above. And then add another 86,000 who have been granted humanitarian paroles. Also take into account that the six-month figure above includes 791 unaccompanied minors. And . . . finally . . . to gain perspective on the six-month figure above consider that the entire population of the city of Matanzas is 127,287 and that of Cienfuegos is 140,734. Castro, Inc.’s weaponized migration program seems to be a great success. So many potential Yo-Yo’s, so many remittance senders! All that is missing from this pathetic tableaux is a new Ministry: El Ministerio de Remesas y Regalos (The Ministry of Remittances and Gifts)

Loosely translated from Marti Noticias

A total of 19,571 Cuban migrants arrived at the United States border last March, a slight decrease compared to February (20,815), according to data from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

The majority of the migrants, 13,411, entered through different points along the southern border, and the rest arrived by sea.

Only Mexico (67,026) and Venezuela (21,367) surpassed Cuba in migrant entries during that period. The massive exodus of citizens from the island, which began in December 2021 when Nicaragua eliminated the visa requirement for Cubans, has remained unstoppable since then.

According to CBP, 110 unaccompanied Cuban minors arrived in March, the lowest figure recorded since September 2023. Over the last six months, the total has reached 791.

“CBP continues to work closely with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to quickly process individuals encountered at the border and expel those who do not establish a legal basis to remain in the United States,” the statement reads.

The arrival of Cuban migrants in the first half of the current fiscal year, which began last October, reached 126,517.

In addition to border detentions, CBP data includes the number of Cubans who arrived in the United States through the humanitarian parole program, approved by Joe Biden in January 2023.

“By the end of March, a total of 404,000 Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans arrived legally on commercial flights and were granted parole under these processes,” the document highlights. In the case of Cubans, up to that date, 86,000 were approved.

2 thoughts on “19,571 Cubans entered U.S. in March, bringing six-month total to 126,517”

  1. Carlos, all that matters to Castro, Inc. is what helps Castro, Inc., and the Yo-Yo and remittance rackets are too profitable not to push as far as they can be pushed. We’re talking about HUGE return$.

  2. We have devolved so much as a nation that whereas back in 1980, it was shocking and made frontpage news that 125,000 Cubans [Marielitos] came to the USA, many times that number are now entering illegally, and it doesn’t even make it on the news. Of course, the result is the same, the US is prolonging the dictatorship by serving as a pressure relief valve for the regime. That horror is never going to come to an end.

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