In addition to halting all further installments of President Donald Trump’s border wall and gutting the 45th president’s foreign travel ban, Biden issued a 100-day “pause” on all deportation of illegal immigrants as part of a sweeping immigration reform agenda.
Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary David Pekoske has been ordered to stop the deportation of “certain noncitizens,” which the agency says will help to ensure that its resources “are dedicated to responding to the most pressing challenges that the United States faces, including immediate operational challenges at the southwest border in the midst of the most serious global public health crisis in a century.”
Keeping with his campaign promise, Biden’s 100-day moratorium applies to any non-citizen with a final order of removal, and comes with very few exceptions, reports indicate.
While it is not entirely certain, the moratorium would seemingly exclude any illegal alien who has been caught engaging in terrorism or espionage, or who poses a danger to national security. Other exclusions may include those who were not present in the U.S. before Nov. 1, 2020, as well as those who agreed to waive the right to stay here and those whom the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) director individually determines must be removed from the country by law.
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Biden also signed a memorandum to protect Barack Hussein Obama’s 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA. This program protects aliens who were brought here illegally as children from ever having to be deported.
President Trump had reportedly tried to end this program, though his efforts were blockaded by a non-cooperative Supreme Court.
Further, Biden has ordered that President Trump’s temporary travel ban on people from terror hotspots, also known as the “Muslim Ban,” be immediately terminated.
Other orders signed by Biden include one to revoke President Trump’s plan to exclude all non-citizens from the census, which is used to determine congressional seats. Biden also extended the Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) designation for Liberians living in the country until June 2022.
While these EOs alone are not enough to truly open the floodgates for mass illegal immigration into America, the Democrat-controlled three branches of government certainly are.
Biden’s “transition team” unveiled a legislative proposal that would provide a path to citizenship for at least 11 million illegal aliens currently living in the U.S. This bill would boost visa quotas across all categories, including the diversity visa lottery quota.
It would also allow approved family visa beneficiaries to come to the U.S. and live here temporarily until a green card becomes available. This change would extend residency to nearly 3.5 million people who are currently backlogged in the system.
The three- and 10-year bans on immigrants reentering the U.S. legally if they were previously here illegally are both also on the chopping block.
“These actions illustrate that today’s Democratic Party puts people here illegally – or attempting to come here illegally – before American workers,” warned Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.). “President [sic] Biden and his administration may not see a problem with illegal immigration, but millions of working men and women do.
At least six of the EOs that Biden has signed thus far deal with immigration. All of them aim to expand the number of foreigners that are allowed to come to or stay living on American soil, even if they are living here illegally.
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