More than 3,000 invaders from Haiti are pouring into America every month, exploiting new routes, special policies, and “lax enforcement” by the Obama regime, a secret government intelligence assessment has revealed.
The document, revealed by the Washington Post, said that the African invaders are “spreading out across the border, testing crossings in Arizona and Texas.”
There, the Washington Times report said, the invaders have been “told they will have an easier time getting through,” quoting analysts in a November 17 bulletin from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s office of intelligence.
It is not only Haitians, but also invaders from the Middle East who have been apprehended on the border, the bulletin added.
The bulletin also warned that word had spread to the 40,000 Haitians now living in Chile, and many of them have also started moving north.
“Haitian arrivals at the U.S. southwest border (SWB) have continued to exponentially increase,” the intelligence analysts said.
U.S. officials met with Haitian government employees in Haiti on November 14, and tried to speed up repatriations, but they were told that Haiti could take only 60 deportees per flight and could handle a flight only every other day.
As of November 12, the U.S. had 4,425 Haitians in the immigration system, up from 619 on Sept. 24. Of those in the system, 2,451 have been given final orders of deportation.
Once in the United States, many of the Haitians claim “asylum” and fight deportation in cases that can drag on for years, guaranteeing them a foothold in the country.
Other Haitians who are apprehended are put on a slow deportation track, giving them a chance to hide in the shadows along with other illegal immigrants. Southern Florida is a particularly attractive destination for Haitians, the document said.