Biden Gave ‘Open Invite’ to 1.4M Illegals from 177 Countries to Flood America’s Border, Expert Warns

A leading immigration expert has warned that Democrat President Joe Biden provided an “open invite” to foreign nationals from around the world to illegally flood America’s Southern Border.

According to the Mexican government’s National Institute of Migration, nearly 1.4 million illegal aliens from a staggering 177 countries traveled through Mexico to the United States from January to May this year alone.

Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, asserts that surges of illegal border crossings “over brief periods of time” have happened in the past.

However, immigration expert Krikorian warns that this “huge variety” of countries is unprecedented.

Krikorian highlights that there are 193 member states in the United Nations,

He notes that nearly the entire world is taking advantage of Biden’s “open invite.”

“There were always a few exotics, that’s kind of my term,” Krikorian said in a statement.

“They call them OTMs, other than Mexicans, because there were so few of them that they lumped them all together.”

However, Biden “essentially invited mass illegal immigration by letting people get across the border, and word spreads, so you’re getting people from everywhere,” he adds.

The influx of undocumented immigrants has overwhelmed the country’s social services system.

Crowded school districts that are already bursting at the seams are coming under increased pressure while illegal aliens are flooding the streets with homeless encampments, Krikorian said.

Additionally, there’s the hotly debated issue of crime.

Democrats and their corporate media allies have tried to downplay the link between illegal immigration and spikes in violence.

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However, illegal aliens have been charged with high-profile crimes, such as the murders of Rachel Morin in Maryland and Georgia student Laken Riley.

Some of the stats are “ambiguous,” Krikorian said, but “it doesn’t matter.”

Victims allegedly died at the hands of suspects “who shouldn’t have been here (in the U.S.) in the first place,” he said.

“This is a direct result of Biden’s invitation to people around the world to illegally migrate to the United States.”

Illegal immigration from Mexico into the U.S. is nothing new.

The issue has ebbed and flowed over the years.

“It’s a perennial issue,” as Krikorian described it.

But the global influx using the world’s busiest corridor of illegal immigration – from Mexico into the U.S. – has already created a virtually irreversible situation in the country, according to Krikorian.

Even if the Biden administration – or a new president – wanted to deport illegal immigrants, the sheer number of natives from countries creates a complex roadblock.

“Each country is going to have different requirements about what kind of travel documents you need,” Krikorian said.

“Can you prove that they’re from that country?

“Because a lot of illegal aliens throw their documents away, so they can just make up who they are.

“If someone is from Honduras but he says he’s from Peru, what are you going to do?”

Even logistically, with immigrants from 177 countries sneaking into the U.S., flying illegals back to their home countries presents a huge undertaking.

It would be exponentially more flights than ever before and 177 different consular services and diplomatic agencies to deal with, Krikorian said.

And some countries may not even accept the undocumented illegal aliens back into the country, or will “slow walk” the process, he said.

“Some countries would prefer we just keep them, so they’ll make it difficult,” he said.

“They’ll lose the paperwork, or that kind of stuff, and each one of those things is one more complication in trying to enforce the law.”

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency’s non-detained docket has surged to over 7 million cases in fiscal year 2024, data shows.

The non-detained docket, which the agency’s website explains is part of its Alternatives to Detention program, provided case-management support to released migrants that ICE says has helped “support noncitizens compliance with release conditions” and “increased court appearance rates.”

The situation exacerbated staffing issues, which have forced each ICE officer working the docket to be responsible for about 7,000 cases, on average.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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