US Illegal Immigrant Population To Jump 10% This Year, Flood Schools
The already massive population of migrants is now expected to increase
As Latin American illegal immigrants flow through the U.S.-Mexico border, which will inevitably lead to hundreds of thousands being released into the United States, the already massive population of migrants is now expected to increase 10%, according to a new analysis.
“We anticipate more than 700,000 migrants will successfully enter the country, increasing the unauthorized Hispanic population by nearly 10%,” said the influential Princeton Policy Advisors.
The group’s president Steve Kopits wrote in a memo provided to Secrets:
“By year-end, nearly 300,000 migrant children are expected to enter the U.S. Over time; these will show up in the U.S. public school system.”
But as apprehensions slowed last month, Kopits said that over 1 million illegal immigrants would be caught at the border, with mos bypassing into the US while awaiting a court hearing on their status.
According to estimations, around 7 million to 9 million illegal immigrants are in the U.S and are now targeted by federal efforts to find and deport with criminal records and orders to leave.
Looking ahead, he said:
“Forecasting in the current environment is all but impossible, but at the moment it appears we are past the year's peak and anticipate slightly lower, but still elevated, apprehensions levels going forward.
"This yields 937,000 apprehensions for FY 2019. Of these, we anticipate 538,000 will be adults traveling alone or in family units, and 354,000 will be minors."
Given that we are three-quarters of the way through the fiscal year now, these numbers may be considered indicative.
“Because apprehensions have been growing over time, forecasts for the calendar year 2019 are higher than for the fiscal year."
"For the calendar year, we anticipate 1,040,000 apprehensions (v. 1,072,000 last month), with more than 400,000 of these children.”
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency are poised to start its planned mass deportations of illegal aliens across ten major cities in the United States this week.
ICE officials will begin the operation on Sunday, July 14 and forcefully deport at least 2,000 illegal aliens with final deportation orders, according to the NY Times.
Last week, Ken Cuccinelli told CBS that illegal aliens with final orders for deportation would soon be deported by ICE, despite President Trump's delay two weeks ago.