Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Feds Will Pay for Airline Tickets to Fly Migrants to US Homes; Feds to Bus, Fly Surge of Biden’s Migrants to U.S. Homes

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Feds Will Pay for Airline Tickets to Fly Migrants to US Homes:
This week, the Biden administration began to feel the heat on immigration for the first time.
Due to the fact the new president is pushing eventual amnesty for illegal immigrants who were in the country prior to Jan. 1 and is looking to expand the refugee resettlement program, there’s been an influx of migrants trying to enter the United States. This includes a number of unaccompanied minors who have to be quarantined and processed before they’re apportioned to sponsors.
Because of a lack of capacity, the Biden administration was forced to reopen a facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas, for illegal immigrant minors awaiting placement.
The optics, as they say, weren’t spectacular:
Perhaps President Joe Biden and his team knew this was coming. Perhaps they were fully aware that their immigration policy wasn’t going to be the slam dunk with progressives they imagined it would be. Or maybe they just wanted the fastest way to avoid any kind of “kids in cages” narrative taking hold again. --->READ MORE HERE
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Feds to Bus, Fly Surge of Biden’s Migrants to U.S. Homes:
President Joe Biden’s deputies will bypass the media’s clickbait focus on border-backlogged “kids in cages” by simply flying and bussing more Central American migrants to homes through the United States.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) told Breitbart News that its Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) has:
…authorized programs to pay transport fees for unaccompanied children (including airline tickets), including escort transport (where necessary by airline or ORR policy) in order to facilitate release of children to approved sponsors.

ORR care providers are authorized to use program funds to purchase airline tickets in the event that a sponsor is not able to pay fees associated with commercial airfare, and a child’s physical release would be otherwise delayed.
“This isn’t about a backlog,” said Rosemary Jenks, policy director at NumbersUSA. She continued: --->READ MORE HERE

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