Mexican Officials Report 250% Spike in Africans Trying to Sneak Across U.S. Border

Mexico’s immigration officials have reported a 250 percent increase in African nationals sneaking into Mexico and trying to crash across America’s southern border.

The Mexican immigration agency, known as Unidad de Política Migratoria, has reported that during the first eight months of 2019, they have snagged 5,286 people from Africa trying to sneak through Mexico toward the U.S.A. by contrast, at this time last year they had only found 1,507 African illegals.

Migratoria also reported an additional 4,783 illegals from Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan, according to Judicial Watch.

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The Mexican agency has also seen a glut of illegals from a growing list of other countries as illegals the world over had been hearing that it is easy to sneak into the U.S. through Mexico.

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The Migratoira has also seen a hike in the number of Cubans, Haitians and south Americans, mainly from Brazil and Colombia, trying to traipse through Mexico to steal across the U.S. border illegally.

This is a frightening situation because you can be sure that the Mexican authorities have missed catching thousands of others from Africa, India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Worse, all these places are hotbeds for Islamic terrorist training camps — especially Africa where al-Shabaab is a growing terror threat.

Judicial Watch adds:

Just weeks ago federal authorities arrested a Mexican-based Bangladeshi smuggler in Houston and charged him with bringing in 15 fellow countrymen through the Texas-Mexico border. His name is Milon Miah and he lives in Tapachula, in the southeast Mexican state of Chiapas bordering Guatemala.

The case was announced months after Judicial Watch reported large groups of Africans, Indians, Bangladeshis, Afghans, Syrians and Pakistanis are in Tapachula awaiting asylum in the U.S. as part of the monstrous Central American caravan.

The Africans are incredibly coordinated and have formed an official organization—Assembly of African Migrants in Tapachula—to boldly demand passage into the U.S. The African migrants want the Mexican government to process them collectively, rather than individually, and demand better living accommodations as well as the freedom to leave Tapachula where they feel “blocked and desperate.” They insist it is their right to travel north “in search of protection in the United States or Canada” and that Mexico has an obligation to grant them visas without delay so they can move from Tapachula.

Fortunately, Mexico has stepped up its apprehensions of illegals in a cooperating program with U.S. immigration operations.

The new cooperation came after the Trump administration reached out to Mexico and worked out a deal to help put an end to these dangerous and illegal “caravans.”

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