Check out the top U.S. cities and towns where Biden is sending hundreds of thousands of paroled migrants – is YOURS on the list?
By Ethan Huff // May 07, 2024

Between January and August of 2023, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sent more than 200,000 migrants from a controversial parole program to 45 municipalities across the country – here are the top 10:



Ft. Lauderdale


Los Angeles



New York

San Francisco


More than 80 percent of the migrants ended up in Florida with Miami receiving more than any other city at 91,821 of them.

Reports indicate that the program was enacted in October 2022, allowing a limited number of migrants who had not entered the U.S. illegally to fly directly into the country and land in one of 45 locales.

All qualifying migrants had to already have a sponsor in the U.S., and they all had to pass various vetting tests before being allowed entry.

The program was initially announced specifically for fleeing Venezuelans, but was later expanded to include Haitians, Nicaraguans and Cubans.

"It is a key element of our efforts to address the unprecedented level of migration throughout our hemisphere, and other countries around the world see it as a model to tackle the challenge of increased irregular migration that they too are experiencing," said DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

(Related: To help them along their journey from Central and South America to a neighborhood near you, the Biden regime is providing taxpayer-funded travel "loans" to migrants.)

Another 1.6 million migrants waiting to enter America

The scheme is only just the beginning as there are another 1.6 million migrants at least who are hoping to get the same red-carpet treatment. Florida and several other states are suing to try to stop the program, but the litigation is so far going nowhere.

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"Biden's parole program is unlawful, and constitutes an abuse of constitutional authority," said Jeremy Redfern, Gov. Ron DeSantis' press secretary. "Florida is currently suing Biden to shut it down, and we believe that we will prevail."

The U.S. has seen a record-high number of illegal border crossings ever since Joe Biden took office. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has apprehended an astounding 7.6 million of them trying to illegally hop the border, most of the offenders hailing from Central and South America.

President Donald Trump says he will fix the problem quickly if reelected this November, having told TIME magazine in a recent interview what his plan entails, i.e., using detention camps and mass deportation.

Trump also hinted that he might even deploy the military on top of law enforcement and the National Guard to round up illegals, of which there are now said to be around 11.35 million in the U.S. as of January 2022.

The Posse Comitatus Act prohibits the deployment of the military against civilians, but Trump says illegals don't count as civilians because "these are people that aren't legally in our country."

"This is an invasion of our country – an invasion like probably no country has ever seen before," Trump contended.

"They're coming in by the millions. I believe we have 15 million now. And I think you'll have 20 million by the time this ends. And that's bigger than almost every state."

Though Trump plans to immediately start deporting illegals on day one of his hypothetical second term, he did indicate that he is not against potentially building more detention centers if needed as part of his deportation operation.

"No, I would not rule out anything," Trump said. "But there wouldn't be that much of a need for them [detention camps], because of the fact that we're going to be moving them out. We're going to bring them back from where they came."

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