Immigrant advocacy groups: Connecticut not seeing migrant influx, but is prepared

As the neighboring states of New York and Massachusetts deal with an influx of immigrants, Connecticut is prepared.
Buses full of immigrants from the southern border continue to arrive in New York City.
In Massachusetts, the governor has declared a state of emergency with migrants being dropped off most notably in Martha's Vineyard in 2022.
But in Connecticut, immigrant advocacy groups say they haven't seen an influx.
The state says it is being proactive, meeting with groups like CT Institute for Refugees and Immigrants regularly.
Building One Community in Stamford says it is able to provide services to help the immigrants if they do come to Connecticut.
State officials say they continue to monitor the situation.