Sunday, November 27, 2022

‘Avalanche’ of Immigrants Preparing to Enter US When Title 42 Ban is Lifted'; Biden’s Deputies Will Not Appeal Judge’s Decision to Open the Border

‘Avalanche’ of immigrants preparing to enter US when Title 42 ban is lifted:
Immigrants denied entry to the US are amassing on the Mexican side of the southern border, preparing for the end of Title 42, a pandemic-era policy that barred migrants from entering the country.
Venezuelan asylum seeker Samuel Guerra told The Post he plans to be among an “avalanche” of immigrants he predicts will enter the US.
He’s currently living in a tent city of mostly Venezuelans half a football field away from El Paso, Texas — with only the Rio Grande and Title 42 standing between him and the US.
A federal judge ended the Trump-era policy — used to kick out over 2.3 million immigrants from the country since its 2020 inception — on Tuesday.
The court gave the federal government a five-week deadline to close it, meaning it will officially end by Dec. 21.
“In December, it’s going to be an avalanche of people; a sea of people,” Guerra told The Post on Thursday night.
A Washington Post report said in March that without Title 42, the Southern border could see as many as 18,000 people cross the border per day — almost triple current levels as people flee failing states in Colombia, Venezuela and other areas of central and South America.
Title 42 was primarily applied to migrants from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, but expanded to include Venezuelans earlier this year after they flooded over the border seeking asylum in their thousands. Asylum seekers overwhelmed the border cities where they arrived and shelter systems in the places they were bussed to, including New York.
Guerra said he is braving freezing temperatures and sleeping either outside or in a tent just feet away from where he plans to turn himself in to US Border Patrol agents when Title 42 ends. --->READ MORE HERE
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Biden’s Deputies Will Not Appeal Judge’s Decision to Open the Border:
President Joe Biden’s deputies will not appeal a judge’s decision to remove the Title 42 anti-disease barrier that is the only effective legal curb against a huge wave of economic migrants.
Instead, Biden’s pro-migration border deputies are asking for a five-week delay in lifting the Title 42 barrier so they can prepare to release the additional migrants who will compete for jobs and homes against Americans, according to a Wednesday evening statement from the Department of Homeland Security:
In response to the court’s [Title 42] order, the Department of Justice is filing an unopposed stay motion [asking for a delay]. The delay in implementation of the court’s order will allow the government to prepare for an orderly transition to new policies at the border.

During the period of this freeze, we will prepare for an orderly transition to new policies at the border.
However, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) will likely ask the U.S. Supreme Court to block the Title 42 removal. He is already involved in a pending Supreme Court decision about the legality of Biden’s catch and release policies at the border.
Justice John Roberts may decide if the top court will intervene if Abbott asks for a delay.
Roberts has been entangled in migration fights since at least 2014 and may use this Title 42 dispute to impose some order on Biden’s pro-migration policies.
The Supreme Court is expected to soon hear the case United States v. Texas, No. 22-58, where Biden’s lawyers will argue that the border agency can release a huge number of foreign migrants into Americans’ labor market. --->READ MORE HERE
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