Report: Majority of Del Rio Migrant Army to be Given Conditional Residency, Tentative Court Date

Customs and Border Patrol personnel have admitted that more than half of the migrants to arrive at the Del Rio International Bridge in Texas will be granted conditional residency in the United States, according to a new report from a journalist on the scene citing CBP sources.

Independent border journalist Ali Bradley cited sources within the agency at the scene of the migrant crisis Monday, who indicate that approximately 8,000 of the migrants camped out at the bridge in pursuit of US residency will be let into the country.

Sources at the scene have suggested that just over 15,000 migrants were present at the site over the weekend, suggesting just over half of the mostly Haitian army of migrants will be let into the country. Sources within Biden’s administration had talked tough on dealing with the crisis, suggesting that DHS would be conducting five to eight deportation flights a day to repatriate the illegal aliens, but new reports would suggest only a contingent of the border infiltrators will face any immediate consequence.

The reporting suggests that more than half of the migrants arriving at the Del Rio International Bridge have done so as family units, a status that makes them far more likely to be granted residency and placed into the line of the notoriously ineffective and byzantine American immigration court system.

The percentages of illegal immigrants who appear at first hearings in the immigration system varies widely, with less than half of aliens appearing some years. Tentative residency for border crossers will only serve to invite even more unlawful aliens, lured by arguably genuine promises of easy, cheap residency, citizenship, and welfare benefits in the United States.

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