Tuesday, March 7, 2023

Biden Builds Amnesty Push with Parole Pipeline for 1.7 Million Migrants; Migrants Walk Through Joe Biden’s Open Border Loopholes

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Biden Builds Amnesty Push with Parole Pipeline for 1.7 Million Migrants
President Joe Biden is building a left-wing push for amnesty with his administration’s massive parole pipeline that has helped resettle 1.7 million border crossers and illegal aliens to the United States in two years
Months ago, Biden loosened his administration’s expansive Catch and Release network to include forms of so-called humanitarian parole, meant to be used on a case-by-case basis.
Mass migration advocates, as well as elected Democrats, have suggested that Biden ought to continue expanding such “legal pathways” for border crossers and illegal aliens.
“Parole is an important mechanism, but it has to be viewed as a temporary measure. And that puts the pressure back on, first, Congress,” the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s (AILA) Greg Chen told Axios.
“We believe that your administration can and must continue to expand legal pathways for migrants and refugees into the United States,” a number of House and Senate Democrats wrote in a letter to Biden last month.
According to data published in Axios, some 700,000 migrants have been rewarded parole by the Biden administration in 2021 and 2022.
Data published by the Center for Immigration Studies has estimated that from February 2021 through December 2023, about 1.7 million border crossers and illegal aliens have been released into American communities — including those given parole as well as hundreds of thousands who were not given court dates to appear at immigration hearings. --->READ MORE HERE
Migrants Walk Through Joe Biden’s Open Border Loopholes:
Economic migrants are sending more teenagers and children into the United States via a much-traveled loophole in President Joe Biden’s much-touted border curbs.
The Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) loophole has long been used by foreign teenagers who hope to work in the nation’s fast-growing child workforce, jobs, despite the danger and abuse described in a recent New York Times article.
The UAC doorway was created in 2008 to provide some legal status for a small number of children — such as teenage prostitutes — who were trafficked into the United States.
The Los Angeles Times offered a sympathetic portrayal of migrant parents who are now using the loophole to dodge Biden’s new policies.
The migrants first try to register for Biden’s new “parole pathway” on the border agency’s “CBP One” cell phone app. But not all migrants get in via the legally dubious pathway, which is used as a quasi-legal carrot to deter migrants from illegally walking across the border.
So the families use the CBP One app to get the parents into the United States — and then send their kids in via the UAC pathway. The families are later reunited — at taxpayer expense — in a city chosen by the parents. --->READ MORE HERE
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