Biden breaks law to give millions of illegal alien invaders work permits

Article author: 
Don Barnett
Article publisher: 
New York Post
Article date: 
2 June 2024
Article category: 
National News
Medium
Article Body: 

In many cases, migrants [illegal alien invaders] are given the right to work before they are even given asylum, a green card or other legal documentation that allows them to stay.

Not so long ago, the work permit rightly was considered an unwanted immigration "pull factor" and a key to managing immigration flows.

In 1996, the Immigration and Naturalization Service introduced a new rule: Asylum seekers had to wait 180 days before applying for work.

Asylum is meant for people fleeing legitimate claims of persecution, and aren't just looking for better jobs.

Reviewing the previous year's immigration statistics, then Immigration Commissioner Doris Meissner announced that new rules removing this "primary incentive" resulted in asylum claims dropping from 122,589 in 1994 to 53,255 in 1995.

"With this attack on fraud, we have closed a back door to illegal immigration" she added...

In a blizzard of rules and over 530 immigration-related executive actions - already blowing past the previous record compiled by Trump over 4 years - the Biden administration has expanded admissions or created brand new admission pipelines under eight distinct and significant programs.

These include population transfers from Afghanistan and Ukraine, "family reunification" programs featuring direct flights to the U.S. for those who qualify from Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, and Honduras as well as a separate direct- to-U.S. flight program from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela for those who may or may not have "family reunification" connections in the U.S.

For all others there is the CPBOne app, which allows foreign nationals to book an appointment online with U.S. border authorities. As of fall 2023, about 2.3 million had entered through these various programs, with only the most cursory of health and background vetting....

To illustrate the impact of this policy, consider that between 2013 and 2020, the immigration authorities granted parole to a mere 479 individuals crossing the border illegally, reflecting the case-by-case, emergency nature of the administrative tool.

In contrast, under the Biden administration immigration authorities paroled in nearly 700,000 illegal border-crossers [illegal alien invaders] in 2022-23.

Most have immediate eligibility for a work permit and a Social Security card...

In 2022, 1.279 million work permits were handed out. By 2023 that number had risen to 2.139 million and 2024 is on track to break 3.3 million...

The Biden administration is creating facts on the ground that it feels will force Congress to bend to its vision of the border...

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