The Mexican government is concerned that by the year, upwards of 125,000 Haitian immigrants will have arrived in their nation, with the bulk attempting to cross the border into the United States.
Nevertheless, due to immigrants who enter Mexico without telling officials, the number could be far higher. Officials’ worries vary from police departments to humanitarian and hygienic problems, since Mexico lacks the resources to handle the inflow.
Breitbart Texas gained unprecedented access to a private report produced for Commissioner Francisco Garduno Yanez, including his top advisers by Mexico’s National Immigration Institute (INM).
Upwards of 85,000 Haitian immigrants are present in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, and Guatemala, according to officials, with the majority expecting to reach the US-Mexico frontier.
Over 100,000 Migrants Are on the Way
According to the study, the majority of those migrants will arrive in Mexico by December, where they will join the 40,000 Haitian migrants currently present.
This figure was the subject of an exclusive exposé by Breitbart Texas this week. This week, the Panamanian government issued a warning to 60,000 migrants in the country who are anticipated to migrate north.
Panama warns of looming Haitian migrant wave, tens of thousands on the wayhttps://t.co/5L5mDKlABp
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 30, 2021
Breitbart Texas met with high-ranking Mexican officials who voiced worry about INM’s lack of resources in Chiapas, Mexico’s southernmost province, where the majority of migrants come into the country. As more immigrants arrive in search of basic essentials, the situation has gotten worse.
In the week, Haitian Diplomat Hugues Momplaisir Féquiére declared his country would collaborate with Mexico’s government to enact a system called “Sembrando Vida” and perhaps even “Planting Life.”
In these systems, Haitians who knowingly and willingly return home and help plant a tree will obtain $3,000 pesos ($150 USD) from the Mexican government. Marcelo Ebrard (Mexico’s Foreign Relations Minister and presidential candidate) has publicly announced negotiations are ongoing to introduce the Mexican program to Haiti.
However, he has refused to discuss who will pay for it. Ebrard also acknowledged in front of Mexico’s Senate that a new surge of migrants from several nations may be arriving in the country.
The CDC’s Title 42 Migrant Expulsion Protocol is Upheld by the Appeals Court
Panama Alerts US About Another Haitian Migrant Wave: ‘We sounded the alarm when we should have’ https://t.co/ZbPoCeR93V pic.twitter.com/IGbhacrIFB
— Deneen Borelli (@deneenborelli) October 1, 2021
The Biden government was given a stay by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for D.C. vs. a lower court’s order, compelling the federal government to discontinue Title 42 COVID protection mechanism.
Officials can deport immigrant family units under the Title 42 coronavirus protection policy. The stay was imposed by the D.C. Court of Appeals just hours before Border Patrol intended to begin letting all migrant family units with children into the United States.
The lawsuit of Huisha-Huisha v. Alejandro N. Mayorkas (Director of Homeland Security), filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and various immigrant rights organizations, was granted a stay by the judge.
The order, issued in September by District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan, barred the Biden government from deporting any immigrant household with a kid under age 18 in the CDC’s Title 42 protocol.