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REPORT: Chinese Fastest Growing Group Attempting to Cross Southern Border Illegally

China provides the fastest-growing group of unauthorized immigrants to the United States.

Many Chinese migrants, according to CBS News, discovered detailed instructions on how to hire smugglers on TikTok, a Chinese social media platform.

Prior to flying to Tijuana, some migrants flew from China to Ecuador, a country that does not require a visa for Chinese nationals.

They met smugglers there and each of them was paid $400 to transport them to a border fence with a 4-foot breach, located 60 miles east of San Diego.

According to the Department of Justice, Chinese migrants obtained asylum at a rate of 55% in 2023, compared to 14% for migrants of all other nationalities.

A November New York Times article reported that over 24,000 Chinese nationals were apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border in the previous year, surpassing the total number of apprehensions from the ten years prior.

In 2021, the United States was home to as many as 10.5 million unauthorized immigrants, according to a November report by the Pew Research Center.

According to information obtained from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. courts have issued orders for the departure of at least 36,000 Chinese nationals.

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