Illegal aliens in New York travel to Florida for hurricane cleanup


Commuters and illegal aliens bused to New York from Texas are now reportedly heading to Florida to undertake cleanup work after Hurricane Ian.

According to an exclusive report by the New York PostMore than 100 recently arrived cross-border commuters and illegal aliens living in New York’s homeless shelter system travel to Florida in vans in hopes of earning $15 an hour to help clean up the hurricane Ian.

The Job reports:

Migrants had little information about who they would be working for, but piled into pickup trucks in Queens anyway who they say were heading to the Sunshine State over the weekend. [Emphasis added]

“They want us for hurricane cleanup, we’d be paid $15 an hourovertime and $15 for food a day I think,” Javier Moreno, 37, said, noting that a woman named Camila “from an organization” approached him with a flyer. [Emphasis added]

” I’m going to work. It has been difficult for us migrants to find work here in New York, which is why many of us go there. How is work in Florida? [Emphasis added]

A bus carrying migrants arrived in New York on Sunday, September 4 after illegally crossing the Texas-Mexico border. (Lokman Vural Elibol/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

According to Job.

It’s unclear whether commuters and illegal aliens are eligible to take U.S. jobs in Florida, which has only a partial E-Verify application program. Typically, once commuters and illegal aliens are released into the United States by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), they must wait a year before obtaining a work permit.

More recently, however, President Joe Biden relaxed this rule so that commuters and illegal aliens only have to wait about 150 days before applying for a work permit.

As was the case after Hurricane Katrina, disaster relief efforts attract huge flows of illegal immigration to any region.

When 1.5 million Americans were displaced after Hurricane Katrina, then-President George W. Bush relaxed labor laws that brought tens of thousands of illegal aliens to the coast of Gulf to rush and take paid cleaning jobs that would otherwise have been devastated. Americans.

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Email him at jbinder@breitbart.com. Follow him on Twitter here.




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