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Illegal Immigrants Aren't Just Swarming the Southern Border

AP Photo/Denis Poroy

The crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border is the epicenter of the historic wave of illegal immigration but it is not the only place at America's borders that has seen an increase in traffic.

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The coastal sectors in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea have seen their fair share of people making landings on United States territory to take advantage of the Biden administration's relaxed border enforcement. In the Miami Sector, Chief Patrol Agent Walter Slosar tweeted multiple times towards the end of 2022 about the multiple landings illegal immigrants made, mostly coming from Cuba and Haiti.

The most significant landings within the past week have occurred at Dry Tortugas National Park, which is located to the west of Key West. At least 300 people landed at the island, forcing the park to shut down to allow law enforcement and medical personnel to process them.

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Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay, whose jurisdiction includes the Florida Keys, criticized the federal government for the situation, saying it's causing a humanitarian crisis, according to Fox 13.

"Refugee arrivals require a lot of resources from the Sheriff’s Office as we help our federal law enforcement partners ensure the migrants are in good health and safe," said Ramsay. "This shows a lack of a working plan by the federal government to deal with a mass migration issue that was foreseeable."

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