Nearly half a million foreigners who legally entered the U.S. remained here after their visas expired last year, according to a government study.
Who’s to blame? It all boils down to leadership – Leadership has put this once proud nation on its knees and honestly many don’t feel like hope is going to be enough to bring it back.
Biden’s regime welcomes illegals with open hands, giving them enough confidence to stay longer – basically, they don’t respect our laws because Biden loves them.
Meanwhile, this government prefers illegal immigration since persons who enter the country legally are subjected to a deliberate policy that causes unnecessarily lengthy delays. I would have assumed that you made it simple for people who meet the legal requirements to enter the nation. However, the contrary is true. For example, how long does it take to establish the identity of your parents?
Legal immigration can take up to one year for them to validate your submission, while illegals can freely enter our borders.
The government data doesn’t track those who are in the country illegally.
Regardless of its size, illegal immigration is a hazard to every civilization. I mean, you never know who is coming in, and individuals are at risk of being used, among other things.
Read more of this from Wayne Dupree report:
According to recently published data from the Department of Homeland Security, 584,885 foreign nationals overstayed their visas in the fiscal year 2020. (DHS).
After being pressed by Republican senators for breaching the law and not publishing the report, the Department of Homeland Security published it this week but made it look as if they had issued it in September 2021.
The Entry-Exit Overstay Report discovered 584,885 foreign people who were legally entitled to enter the United States for a period but who did not adhere to the terms of their visas and remained in the country for a longer amount of time than permitted.
This was a larger number than the 497,272 foreigners who overstayed their visas in the fiscal year 2019, which was 497,272. The fiscal year 2020 runs from October 1, 2019, to September 30, 2020, with the first day of October being October 1, 2019.
The rise, according to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, was “an outlier as compared to the general pattern” and was related to the COVID-19 epidemic, according to the Associated Press.
According to the survey, around 1.2 percent of foreigners who entered the United States lawfully through air or sea are expected to have overstayed their visas in 2020.
The Brazilians, Venezuelans, Colombians, Chinese, and British were the nonimmigrant visitors who overstayed the most, followed by the Chinese and the British. Nonimmigrant students and exchange visitors who stayed for an excessive amount of time were most likely to come from China, India, Saudi Arabia, or Brazil.
Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies said:
“The high number of overstays is an indication of the State Department’s failure to do a good enough job of screening travelers for eligibility and that they’re simply issuing too many visas inappropriately to unqualified applicants.”
Compared to the Trump administration, this fiscal year and this calendar year there were the highest numbers of illegal immigrants apprehended at the southern border, setting records for numerous months.
Meanwhile, officials in the Biden administration have called the immigration system “broken,” and they have said that it would take time to change it. Those who oppose it claim that it was operating properly when previous President Donald Trump was in office.