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Biden administration has flown over 400,000 illegals into U.S.

The U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security has obtained documents revealing the extent of a Biden administration program that flies “inadmissible aliens” into the country, with thousands landing in Texas.

In a statement posted Tuesday, the committee said that “more than 400,000 inadmissible aliens” have been processed at “over 50 airport locations” through the Department of Homeland Security (DSH) Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan, and Venezuelan (CHNV) “mass-parole program.”

Of the top 15 airport locations that have been used for the CHNV program, three are located in Texas.

Between January and August 2023, Houston had 7,923 “inadmissible aliens” flown into a port of entry, Dallas received 2,256, and Austin saw 171.

In total, 404,000 illegal aliens have been paroled into the country through the CHNV program beginning in January in 2023.

A January 2023 statement from the Biden administration announcing “new border enforcement actions” states that “DHS is significantly scaling up its air and ground transportation capabilities to quickly remove migrants when warranted or transport migrants to less-congested border sectors for further immigration enforcement proceedings.”

The new enforcement actions were, according to the statement, meant to “increase security at the border and reduce the number of individuals crossing unlawfully between ports of entry.”

In a “fact sheet” announcing the CHNV parole program, the White House explained that under the new system, “Up to 30,000 individuals per month from these four countries, who have an eligible sponsor and pass vetting and background checks, can come to the United States for a period of two years and receive work authorization.”

An analysis of the CHNV program from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) in early April first revealed the extent to which illegal immigrants were being flown into the interior of the U.S.

Shortly after the information about the “inadmissible alien” flights was reported by CIS, Attorney General Ken Paxton, America First Legal, and 20 other state attorneys general filed a legal challenge against the federal program.

According to a recent poll conducted by the Texas Politics Project, 39 percent of Texas voters said immigration and border security were the most important problem facing the state.

As the Israel-Palestinian conflict continues to rage, senior officials in federal agencies have also discussed resettling refugees from Palestine in the U.S.

CBS News obtained internal federal government documents revealing a proposal that through the United States Refugee Admissions Program, Palestinians with connections in America and who have entered Egypt would be able to obtain eligibility to fly into the U.S. with refugee status.

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