Biden giving mass amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants  

The Biden administration has terminated over 350,000 asylum cases since 2022, allowing migrants to remain in the U.S. indefinitely without fear of deportation. 

Biden giving mass amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants  

As reported by the New York Post, Biden’s “mass amnesty” program is being applied to migrants without criminal records or those not considered threats.

The migrants whose cases are terminated without a decision on their asylum claims are removed from the legal system and no longer need to check-in with authorities. 

An ICE officer urged The Post, “Please let everyone know what’s really going on.”

Biden’s open border policy

In 2020, during former President Donald Trump’s final year in office, 48,000 migrants were ordered removed, and only 4,700 had their cases closed or were allowed to remain in the U.S. 

In contrast, there were 102,550 cases closed in 2022, 149,000 in 2023, and that number is set to rise again in 2024.

Since Biden took office, more than 3 out of every 4 asylum seekers, or 499,000 out of 648,000 applicants, have been permitted to remain in the U.S., according to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse. 

Moreover, 3.5 million asylum claimants in the US are waiting for their cases to be resolved.

Once cases are closed, migrants exit “removal proceedings” and are not monitored by ICE. Washington-based immigration lawyer Hector Quiroga stated, “If the case gets dismissed, you’re basically back to nothing,” meaning that these migrants can’t receive benefits or work permits. 

This termination policy allows migrants to reapply for asylum or seek other legal statuses.

Asylum claims on the rise

In Canada, as of February 22, the CBSA indicated there were 28,145 failed refugee claimants subject to a warrant, and an additional 18,684 failed refugee claimants subject to an enforceable removal order. 

This means that about 46,829 failed refugee claimants are currently living in Canada.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in February that Canada has seen a spike in asylum seekers since the feds closed the infamous Roxham Road illegal point of entry. Trudeau acknowledged the shift in asylum seekers’ arrival methods, particularly through airports.

Further, the Prime Minister said that some of the asylum seekers are members of organized crime.

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