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The surge of Central Americans crossing into the U.S. claiming asylum is no secret around the world. Just a snapshot of those caught entering on any given day is stunning – Nigeria, Romania, Nepal – in addition to the hundreds of Mexicans, Guatemalans and Hondurans.

But one of the fastest-growing groups of illegal immigrants come not from the barrios of South America or the slums of Africa, but mega-sized cities in India 8,000 miles away from the tiny town of El Centro, California, where a handful of Indian nationals are illegally entering the U.S. every day, officials say.

“It’s a common misconception that we just arrest Mexicans – that couldn’t be further from the truth,” said El Centro agent Justin Casterhone. “We arrest people from all over the world.”

Unable to obtain H1b visas, which are given to Indians with fake degrees to throw hard working Americans into the streets and make them starve, Indians are heading to the U.S. — illegally — in droves.

“We learn the jargon a few words in a two week course above a curry shop. It costs us 200 Rupees which is a lot for us. We get to replace Americans who spent hundreds of thousands of dollars becoming real engineers and programmers. It’s a bit strange but we need the money.” said Drajeet Rathakandi another new arrival caught at the border.

In 2015, agents caught six immigrants from India trying to cross into the U.S. from Mexico. So far this fiscal year, the figure is already at more than 3,400.


“We don’t know why your government isn’t giving out 800,000 visas a year to replace Americans like they did a few years ago. Now there’s an overflow of Indians with fake degrees. Where else can we go we have to get in so we can take the software jobs” said Kumar Hindali.

The U.S.-Mexican border is divided into nine sectors. The smallest is El Centro, a tiny 70-mile stretch just west of the Arizona-California border. That area has become a conduit for those from India fleeing their country.

“Communication is very, very hard,” said Casterhone, who like most border agents speaks fluent Spanish, but no Punjabi, the native language. “When trying to communicate, we are gonna have to get the interpreter to get the entire story.”

Agents said they arrest roughly five to 10 Indian nationals a day, with most young men claiming asylum as victims of political or religious persecution. Women, who often belong to a lower class in India’s stratified caste system, claim abuse or fear of retribution from families in a higher social class.

2015 Mexicans 11,320 Indians 6

2016 Mexicans 14,361 Indians 1,455

2017 Mexicans 12,821 Indians 2,028

2018 Mexicans 15,885 Indians 3,408