Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Biden Sets Plan to Curb Visible Southern Border Migration During 2024 Elections

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President Joe Biden’s deputies announced plans that would temporarily reduce the visible migrant inflow at the southern border before the 2024 election.
The new curbs will replace the Title 42 border barrier on May 11. They will expire in May 2025, six months after the 2024 election.
“This proposed rule will establish temporary rules concerning asylum eligibility in those proceedings when the Title 42 order is lifted,” said a statement by Attorney General Merrick Garland.
The plan would reject claims by the migrants who refuse to ask for asylum in the many countries they travel through on their march to the United States. It would also target migrants who do not use the quasi-legal “parole pathway” that is being offered via a federal cellphone app developed by the Department of Homeland Security. The app allows migrants in Mexico and other countries to register for a quasi-legal, semi-secret parole pathway into the United States, and it allows the administration to regulate how many migrants are allowed in each day and month.
An agency press release said:
Under the proposed rule, individuals who circumvent available, established pathways to lawful migration … and also fail to seek protection in a country through which they traveled on their way to the United States, would be subject to a rebuttable presumption of asylum ineligibility in the United States unless they meet specified exceptions.
Officials hope the carrot-and-stick, deportation-or-app, policy will reduce visible border chaos — and so minimize the risk that Biden’s reelection campaign will be damaged by televised images of migrants rushing across Americans’ border.
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Pro-migration groups are denouncing the plan and may sue the federal government to block it. But those progressive groups — and their business backers — want Biden to win the 2024 election, so they may quietly allow the new migrant-management policy to be implemented.
The new 2024 rules may not reduce the inflowing number of economic migrants that threaten Americans’ ability to earn decent wages and afford decent housing.
For example, Biden’s deputies say they plan to import roughly 600,000 migrants each year via t”parole pathways” and the “CBP One” cellphone app. This inflow is above the roughly 1 million legal migrants allowed by Congress.
The agency statement said 60,000 migrants have already been allowed to the parole pathway since October: --->READ MORE HERE
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