At least 20 suspected migrants have been introduced ashore in Dover in the early hours of Tuesday.
Sky News understands there are a selection of ongoing incidents in the English Channel to intercept suspected migrant boats.
It is believed British and French patrol boats are attending the incidents.
The Home Office has been approached for remark.
Last month, Border Force officers intercepted four boats in one day carrying 39 Iranian migrants who have been making an attempt to cross the Channel to the UK.
The Home Office mentioned all these individuals have been taken to Dover the place they have been medically assessed earlier than being interviewed by immigration officers.
A Home Office spokeswoman mentioned on the time: “Crossing the Channel in a small boat is extremely harmful.
“Anyone attempting the journey is taking a huge risk with their life and the lives of their loved ones.”
In November, French police removed more than 1,600 migrants from below flyovers in Paris – a day after the nation’s authorities pledged to “take back control” of immigration.
Officers dismantled lots of of tents and mentioned a police presence could be maintained to cease anybody returning.
The migrants – largely males from sub-Saharan Africa and a few from the Middle East – have been warned they’d be put in detention centres in the event that they returned to the flyovers.