Saturday, June 15, 2024

Biden Keeps Rewarding Illegal Migrants for Jumping the Border; Biden Breaks Law to Give Millions of Migrants Work Permits

Biden keeps rewarding illegal migrants for jumping the border:
For all President Biden’s talk about trying to try to address the border crisis, The Post keeps discovering new ways he’s encouraging the tide of illegal migrants.
The latest:
  • The Post’s Jennie Taer reports that Biden’s team has quietly closed some 350,000 asylum cases over the last 2½ years — terminating the cases while neither granting asylum nor ordering deportation; the illegal migrant is free to move freely around the country as if he or she was never intercepted at the border. 
  • Don Barnett of the Center for Immigration Studies found that Biden has created at least eight different programs that allow 3.3 million migrants, most of the illegal entrants, to get work permits, end-running the laws that supposedly require a half-year wait before even applying for the right to work legally — with another 1.4 million cases in the pipeline.
It’s hard to say which is more outrageous: On one hand, he’s pretending to resolve dubious asylum claims while really just wiping them off the official record; on the other, he’s handing work permits to illegal migrants he shouldn’t even be letting in.
Per Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) data reviewed by The Post, the wipe-the-record-clean program is accelerating since ICE acting Deputy General Counsel Kerry Doyle ordered a new approach in 2022: Just 4,700 people saw their cases dismissed in 2020; then 102,550 in 2022 — more than 10 times the 2014 level. --->READ MORE HERE
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Biden breaks law to give millions of migrants work permits:
The Biden administration is doing an end-run around the nation’s immigration laws — by giving migrants work permits in record numbers.
Since President Biden took office, more than 3.3 million migrants have been given a Employment Authorization Document (EAD), commonly known as the federal work permit, even though many didn’t even legally have the right to be America.
And as of February of this year, pending EAD applications stood at an another 1.4 million.
In many cases, migrants are given the right to work before they are even given asylum, a green card or other legal documentation that allows them to stay.
Not so long ago, the work permit rightly was considered an unwanted immigration “pull factor” and a key to managing immigration flows.
In 1996, the Immigration and Naturalization Service introduced a new rule: Asylum seekers had to wait 180 days before applying for work.
Asylum is meant for people fleeing legitimate claims of persecution, and aren’t just looking for better jobs.
Reviewing the previous year’s immigration statistics, then Immigration Commissioner Doris Meissner announced that new rules removing this “primary incentive” resulted in asylum claims dropping from 122,589 in 1994 to 53,255 in 1995.
“With this attack on fraud, we have closed a back door to illegal immigration” she added. --->READ MORE HERE
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