KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — Two Cuban migrants used a motorized hang glider to fly the approximately 90 miles (145 kilometers) from the communist island to Key West on Saturday, Florida officials said.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said the duo landed safely at Key West International Airport at about 10:30 a.m. and were turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol.
Border Patrol officials in South Florida did not answer a phone call Saturday seeking comment.
Overwhelmed by Cubans and other migrants arriving at the Mexican border and into Florida by boat, the Biden administration in early January implemented a policy change that makes them request a permit, or parole, online before arriving with the sponsorship of a relative or acquaintance in the U.S.
Those who arrive without doing that risk deportation.
DEVELOPING: migrants from Cuba in motorized glider/ultralight land at #KeyWest airport. Monroe Co deputies on scene: U.S. Border Patrol agents transport them for processing. More on @WPLGLocal10 at 6 @CodyWeddleWPLG #FloridaKeys pic.twitter.com/IiBEZnbW3G
— Janine Stanwood (@JanineWPLG) March 25, 2023
The only ones at risk of deportation during the biden admin are actual refugees of commie dictatorships, the rest get to stay.