REPORT: Border Patrol identifies staggering number of fake families at the border
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Border officials from October to May have documented 4,800 members of families in which an adult who claimed to be related to a child in his or her possession was not the parent, just under 1.5% of the 332,981 total illegally entering family members, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
“We have identified now more than 4,800 family units that were fraudulent as they presented at the border,” acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan told the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday. The family units tally represents the number of individuals, either a child under 18 years old, parent, or legal guardian, apprehended with a family member by the U.S. Border Patrol, according to the DHS.
The article goes on to state the following:
The new DHS chief said some migrants seeking to gain entry into the U.S. are paying smugglers to rent a child because families from countries other than Mexico and Canada cannot be held in federal custody more than 20 days.
McAleenan also said the department has “uncovered multiple child smuggling rings” but did not share additional information.
DHS says close to a third of families crossing border are ‘fraudulent’ https://t.co/cmv0FSzYLf
— Mark on the Spot! (@msilvaok) June 10, 2019
.@thehill: Acting @DHSgov Secretary Kevin McAleenan told Congress Tuesday that 15 percent of migrant families screened at the border were found to be mispresenting minors as their own children in order to bolster their asylum claims. https://t.co/8Z0PHXwd7h
— Sen. Grassley Press (@GrassleyPress) June 11, 2019
One thing that’s not being talked about enough with the border crisis is the #HumanTrafficking. It’s out of control. When we were at the border just last week, we were told about a 3-year-old boy abandoned in a hot Texas field. 25-33% of these families are fraudulent. pic.twitter.com/NseMIInpqA
— Senator Ron Johnson (@SenRonJohnson) June 11, 2019
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