REPORT: Growing numbers of Mexicans figuring out an easier way to sneak into the U.S.

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CHAMPLAIN, New York — Mexican citizens are increasingly being arrested for illegally entering the United States from Canada, and the majority are going through a specific part of Vermont and northeastern New York, according to federal law enforcement officials.

In the area, known as the Swanton Sector, 822 people were stopped while traversing fields and forests between official crossing points, more than the total, 758, arrested for crossing in all seven other regions on the Canadian border. Mexicans and Romanians make up 565 of the 822 known illegal entrants.

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Norm Lague oversees operations at Champlain Station, the busiest of Swanton Sector’s eight offices. During a tour of the region this week provided to the Washington Examiner, Lague said his station’s intelligence unit had concluded more than half of Mexicans and Romanians they arrested had flown into Canada by way of its Electronic Travel Authorization program. The three-year-old program allows citizens from certain countries to enter without first obtaining a visa. People from those two nations are not allowed to enter the U.S. without a visa, but they are legally entering Canada and sneaking across the border from there.

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The report notes that in 2016, Canada waived a rule that Mexicans obtain a visa before flying to their country. Five months later, Romania and several other countries were included in the deal, and now over 50 countries are included.  Illegal crossings have primarily increased by people from Mexico and Romania.

“They’re figuring maybe it’s cheaper to fly into Montreal and just get smuggled in,” a patrol agent said, adding, “And I think that trend, once it gets well known … I can see that trend continuing, most definitely.”

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4 Comments

  1. Roslyons November 8th, 2019 at 12:07 pm

    Stop those illegals… don’t want them in my country. If they sneak in they are fair game.

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  2. Sandra Thompson November 8th, 2019 at 12:11 pm

    Time to take stronger action.

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  3. Q November 8th, 2019 at 6:46 pm

    Fine. We will put a wall on our northern border.

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  4. Douglas Schmitt November 9th, 2019 at 8:33 am

    Blame it on the libtards that control Canada, they don’t want all the illegials either but let them come in because they know they will go to the US were everything is free for them

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