Politics New Surge in Illegal Immigration: 10,000 Last month Alone

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    Surge of illegal children, families accelerates
    10,000 caught at border in September

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    The surge of children and families crossing the southwest border illegally accelerated again in September, leaving fiscal year 2015 the second-worst on record, according to numbers released Wednesday by the Border Patrol.

    Agents caught 4,476 children traveling without parents on the border last month and 5,273 parents and children traveling as families — both of those nearly twice the level of September 2014, suggesting that smugglers have once again stepped up their efforts to entice Central Americans to make the crossing.

    The surge of children and families crossing the southwest border illegally accelerated again in September, leaving fiscal year 2015 the second-worst on record, according to numbers released Wednesday by the Border Patrol.

    Agents caught 4,476 children traveling without parents on the border last month and 5,273 parents and children traveling as families — both of those nearly twice the level of September 2014, suggesting that smugglers have once again stepped up their efforts to entice Central Americans to make the crossing.

    Central American families and children caught at the border are given papers setting court dates but are then released into the U.S. The government calls those documents “notices to appear,” but the illegal immigrants regularly refer to them as “permisos,” or free passes, because they give tentative permission to be in the country while they await their court appearances.

    “In Border Patrol circles, that paperwork is now known as the ‘notice to disappear’ — 80 percent, 90 percent of those folks will not show up for that hearing,” Mr. Cabrera testified.

    Illegal immigrants have even begun posting photos of their permisos on social media, telling friends and family how easy it is to gain access to the U.S., investigators told Congress.

    In a statement, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the agency that oversees the Border Patrol, said it is aware that smugglers use the promise of permisos to entice people to immigrate, but the agency insisted it is trying to get tough.



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    Time to invest in leaf blower manufacturers.
     
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    How were they caught? I thought you said Obama wasn't protecting our boarders? This is outrageous.
     
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    If you weren't retarded you would have read the article and have seen that they're in the country now. They can just turn themselves in now, get a "permiso" and be allowed in.

    Better luck next time :console: