Unprecedented Number of Chinese Nationals Apprehended at US Border

Reports indicate the Biden administration has recently begun the practice of letting Chinese aliens into the United States without proper authorization or permission.

As per information obtained by Fox News, the Border Patrol was observed on Tuesday discharging some Chinese nationals into the custody of a non-governmental organization (NGO) located in Brownsville, Texas.

Biden Administration Allows Unauthorized Entry of Chinese Nationals

According to Fox News correspondent Griff Jenkins, who reportedly obtained information from sources within the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), these Chinese nationals are being set free with Notices to Appear (NTAs).

This is because of the sheer volume of individuals crossing the border, which has led to a shortage of accommodations to house them.

Jenkins, who filed a report this past weekend, brought to light the fact that several Chinese nationals were stopped by border officials at Rio Grande Valley as they tried to cross the border.


It has been observed that the Rio Grande Valley sector experienced a staggering increase of 900% in the number of Chinese nationals attempting to cross the U.S. border without proper documentation or authorization.

Record Number of Chinese Nationals Apprehended at the US Border

According to the Rio Grande Valley Sector Chief, Gloria Chavez, the CBP successfully apprehended as many as 90 Chinese nationals who were attempting to enter the United States unlawfully last Thursday.

Upon reviewing the Border Patrol Nationwide Apprehension by Citizenship reports, it has been observed by Breitbart Texas that the detention of almost 5,000 Chinese migrants within a span of 5.5 months marks an unprecedented milestone.

As per the aforementioned reports, out of the approximately 5,000 Chinese nationals who were detained by authorities this fiscal year to date, nearly 3,800 individuals were categorized as single adults.

Additionally, the report reveals there were more than 500 family units and four unaccompanied children among the detained Chinese nationals.

It has been reported that criminal cartels exploited the Chinese smuggling market.

They are charging exorbitant rates three times higher than what they demand from other migrants, given that Chinese nationals are emanating from an industrialized first-world country.