Newsmax – Report: Migrant Parole for Sale for $5K in Nicaragua

IRLI In The News

March 19, 2024

By Nicole Wells

Illegal migrants are buying access to the Biden administration’s parole program for $5,000 in Nicaragua, according to The Washington Times.

For $1,000 upfront, smugglers put would-be parolees in touch with Americans who are willing to claim they are a financial sponsor on federal forms. Migrants pay the remaining $4,000 balance and head for the U.S. after the Department of Homeland Security approves the sponsor.

“Parole is being sold on the open market,” one source who saw the operation in action in Nicaragua told the Times.

Read the full story at Newsmax.

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