Homeland Security Data Reveals Several Thousand Migrants Flown to Florida

The CHNV mass parole plan, which the Biden administration instituted, allowed hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants to be airlifted into more than 45 American cities, according to DHS internal files.

The CHNV program, introduced by the Biden administration, grants humanitarian parole to up to 30,000 people from Venezuela, Cuba, Haiti, and Nicaragua for two years, allowing them to reside and work in the US lawfully. The program’s covert charter flights have contributed significantly to the surge of illegal immigrants crossing the southern border. Approximately 320,000 illegal migrants were able to board these planes at least 43 times between January and December 2023, according to the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS).

Center for Immigration Studies (CBP) attorneys asserted possible national security vulnerabilities as their reason for withholding program specifics in a FOIA case.

CBP lawyers argue that revealing airports would reveal information about the number of individuals arriving and resources expended at specific airports, which bad actors could exploit.

21 Republican majority states have filed a lawsuit against Biden’s government.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been sued for violating Congress’s parole authority.

The new parole program, which allows advance authorization for entry into the U.S. without a legal basis, contradicts Congressional mandates and creates a new visa program for hundreds of thousands of individuals without legal entry rights.

The complaint alleges significant damage due to DHS abusing its parole power, which might result in hundreds of thousands of extra people entering their territories. They asked the court to declare DHS’s unapproved parole program unlawful, outlaw, and nullify it.

The states’ alleged failure to prove any direct harm resulting from the program was the basis for Judge Drew Tipton’s rejection of the action in U.S. District Court.

Ten cities received the largest amount of illegal migrants over an eight-month stretch between January and August last year, when approximately 200,000 were flown into the US.

New York City (NY)

Houston and Dallas (TX)

Los Angeles and San Francisco (CA)

Atlanta (GA)

Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, and Tampa (FL)

Eighty percent of the 199,986 illegal aliens flown into other states under the scheme started by the Biden administration ended up in Florida, 161,562 in all.

Reportedly, illegals have been registered to vote in Florida. Many other states have likely experienced similar circumstances.