More fake asylum claims were made in Canada last year than all the Syrian “refugees” accepted in 2016, according to new figures released by the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, which showed that at least 42,778 nonwhite invaders demanded “asylum” in that country in 2017—compared to the 25,000 Syrians given “refuge” in 2016.
Somalis cross the border from the US into Canada: their “asylum” applications in America were so patently bogus that they have now decided to try their luck in Canada.
According to the official figures, the total number of Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) intercepted “asylum claimants” in 2017 was 20,593, and the total number of nonwhite invaders who entered the country through air, land, and marine ports of entry and inland offices was 22,185, making up a total of 42,778.
The RCMP intercepted 1,890 nonwhite invader border crossers in the first three months of 2017. In the same period this year (2018), that number soared to 5,052, compared to the 4,475 people who filed claims at legal ports of entry.
Since the beginning of 2017, more fake asylum-seekers have crossed the border than the 25,000 Syrian fake refugees who were accepted in 2016.
There were 18,644 “refugee claimants” in the queue at the start of 2017, but as of the end of March this year, there some 48,974—more than a doubling in 15 months.
When Canada rejects an “immigrant,” the decision is final. For refugee claimants in Canada, however, rejections are subject to lengthy appeals, removal orders, and in some cases, Canada-wide-arrest warrants.
Since the Immigration and Refugee Board can only process 1,000 to 2,000 claims per month, they cannot keep pace with the flood.
In March, the board was able to complete a record 2,587 claims, but 4,078 new refugee claims came through in the same month.
As the backlog grows, it is taking longer and longer to process claims. Last October the wait time was 16 months.
If border crossings continue at the current rate, the wait time could be 11 years by 2021. Thus, a 19 year old illegal border crosser could be a 30 year old father with three kids in Canada by the time his case was heard.
These delays will amount to de-facto amnesty, and serve as incentive for more potential claimants to make an illegal crossing.
About 96 percent of the fake asylum-seekers have come via Quebec, which operates only four shelters, which accommodate a total of 1,850 beds.
The mayor of Toronto has estimated that at current arrival rates the city will be housing 4,485 asylum seekers by November.
Each “asylum seeker” costs federal taxpayers between $10,000 and 20,000 per year in entitlements. In addition to the housing, social welfare, education and health care which they gain access to, under the Interim Federal Health Program asylum seekers are covered by dental and pharmaceutical care that provincial health care plans do not provide for Canadians.