According to New York City officials, Central Park and other well-known sites in the city may soon be home to illegal immigrants!
This information cannot be made up. The mayor’s office is fully overburdened as the sanctuary city struggles to deal with a significant surge of newcomers.
Anne Williams-Isom, the deputy mayor of NYC, stated that “everything is on the table.” “As of July 30, we were providing care for 107,900 individuals, including 56,600 asylum seekers.
Since last spring, almost 95,600 people have used our system.
Tens of thousands of migrants arrive in the city in search of asylum, and the city is running out of options. In the present, “everything is on the table,” Williams-Isom declared at a news conference on Wednesday.
Numerous individuals have set up camp on the pavement in front of the Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan, which serves as a center for immigrant arrivals.
According to the “right to shelter” law in New York City, everyone who wants one is given one.
The city’s tracking shows that between July 24 and July 30, more than 2,300 migrants entered its system.
The Legal Aid Society claims that the circumstances violate the city’s right to shelter, even if some of the newcomers don’t mind waiting in the street.
Officials from the city denied using the “people on line” tactic to tell the federal government or migrants at the border that there is no more room in New York.