The Texas AG has recently taken legal action in order to impede the Department of Homeland Security’s release of foreign nationals without scheduled immigration court dates.
Tag: Title 42
As Title 42 Expires, The Mayor Emphasizes That Immigration Cannot Be A “Free-For-All” And Advocates For A Policy Change
A municipal official in El Paso, Texas, warns that migration into the city cannot be a “free-for-all” and calls for policy changes in Washington while noting that a last-minute suspension of the Biden administration’s parole policy may have prevented a larger influx.
Title 42: The Supreme Court Says They Refuse to Do Biden’s Job For Him.
On Tuesday, Justices Neil Gorsuch and Ketanji Brown Jackson formed an unlikely alliance when they dissented from the majority opinion to uphold Title 42 permanently. At the same time, the Supreme Court considered the arguments brought forward from 19 mostly Republican-led states.
Arizona Governor Compelled To Tear Down Cargo Container Wall
Under pressure from a federal lawsuit, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has agreed to demolish two lengthy portions of the state’s border wall, constructed from stacked shipping containers topped with concertina wire.
Immigrant Crisis: What You Need To Know And Why Texas Is At A Breaking Point
El Paso officials and local nonprofits are approaching a breaking point in the huge border city as federal immigration authorities release thousands of migrants. Approximately 1,700 migrants were released from U.S. Border Patrol facilities on Wednesday, according to statistics from the City of El Paso.
The Biden Administration Wants Americans To Open Their Wallets For Illegal Immigrants
One national security expert has warned that the border crisis will only worsen for Americans once the Biden administration abandons Title 42, even though large migrant caravans are still crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.