Biden’s ‘parole-in-place’ plan to shield half a million illegal immigrants, lead to uptick in marriage fraud

Border Patrol agents process migrants Border Patrol agents process migrants over the border in San Diego, California, on June 6, 2024 , two days after Biden’s executive order went into place.

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Important Takeaways:

  • Top immigration experts are hammering the Biden administration over its plan to establish so-called “parole-in-place” qualifications for illegal immigrant spouses of U.S. citizens.
  • The idea of parole-in-place stemmed from a memo crafted by President Bill Clinton in 1998 and has been used since 2016 to categorize non-citizen immediate family members of U.S. Service Members.
  • A forthcoming executive order expanding the construct is expected to shield as many as half a million illegal immigrants from deportation.
  • Former Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan said, “This administration has done nothing to secure the border – they’re playing a shell game. This is just another enticement… for more illegal aliens to cross the border to take advantage of a giveaway program.”
  • Another expert on the issue said that whether parole-in-place allows 500,000 or many more people to come to or stay in the U.S., it essentially creates a 51st state.
  • Homan, who served in the Trump administration, previously said he hopes to help establish a “historic deportation program” if the real estate mogul is elected in November.

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