Biden In Trouble! Admin Sued By 14 Attorney Generals Over Border Policy

Joe Biden is dealing with a BIG complaint

Attorney general from 14 states have filed complaint against the Biden administration. Arizona, Louisiana, Missouri, and many other states went against the so-called President for allegedly modifying immigration policy established by Congress. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration about a similar policy. Paxton also filed a complaint in state court in Texas.

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Attorneys general from Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and South Carolina brought the complaint in the US District Court Western District of Louisiana Lafayette Division.

Their only goal is to stop the administrative rule change that will alter the asylum and parole procedure.

The Department of Homeland Security proposed the Interim Final Rule in March. It takes effect on May 31. Of course, courts can still block it.

An attorney general in Arizona says that the rule change “essentially eliminates federal immigration judges from the asylum assessment process and gives asylum officials inside the Department of Homeland Security unprecedented discretion to award refuge to migrants outright.”

This rule also affects the integrity of asylum.

According to Brnovich, “This is nothing more than an attempt to build up a radical system that supports illegal immigration and undermines the rule of law.”

Biden and his friends always pick non-citizens over citizens, as noted by Louisiana Attorney General Landry.

According to Landry, “he is once again undermining the rule of law and compromising the safety and security of our country.” The new law makes things easier for drugs, human traffickers, and sexual predators.

Director of the Executive Office for Immigration Review, David Neil, Alejandro Mayorkas, and Troy Miller with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) met with Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday.

According to the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the proposed changes were designed “to improve and expedite processing of asylum claims made by noncitizens subject to expedited removal, ensuring that those who qualify for asylum are granted relief quickly, and those who do not are promptly removed.”

How will this affect the situation at the border?

When Mayorkas announced the rule change last month, he said, “The current system for evaluating asylum requests at our borders has long needed improvement.” “We are constructing a more effective and sensible asylum system through this rule to ensure that persons who are qualified will receive refuge more quickly, while those who are not eligible will be quickly removed. Accordingly, “We will expeditiously and thoroughly process asylum and other humanitarian protection petitions, while guaranteeing due process.”

Garland says asylum seekers will be treated differently.

“To minimize the strain on our immigration courts, to respect the rights of people fleeing persecution and to empower immigration judges to issue deportation orders when necessary,” Garland stated.

Republican Attorneys General says these amendments contravene federal immigration laws and homeland security laws, including IRCA and the Secure Fence Act of 2006.

According to Montana’s attorney general, Austin Knudsen, “President Biden is focused on removing all pretense of authority at our southern border, releasing one terrible and deadly immigration policy after another. Because of his repeated encouragement of illegal immigration, “Cartels can more easily smuggle drugs across the border and up into areas like Montana.”

Trump implemented Title 42, but Biden wants to stop its enforcement on May 23. Title 42 permits border officials to deport asylum seekers in cases of a health emergency.

The administration will repeal the enforcement of Title 42 if courts don’t do something. This would result in a “huge rise in illegal immigration and non-meritorious asylum applications.”

They say that the date would lead to “an exponential surge of unlawful border crossings,” which will “build a crisis onto a crisis.”

Texas and Missouri argued before the SCOTUS, requesting that the US government is forced to resume the “Remain in Mexico” policy, known as the Migrant Protection Protocols.

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Source: Wayne Dupree

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