During his 2020 presidential campaign, Joe Biden repeatedly vowed to provide amnesty to illegal immigrants already in the country, and on his first day in office, President Biden delivered an immigration plan to Congress that provided a road to citizenship for illegal immigrants and contained an amnesty program.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was quickly protected by an executive order issued by the Biden administration.
The border wall was not built while Biden was in office. On his first day in office, Biden opened the southern border of the United States to millions of undocumented immigrants from all over the world. Joe Biden’s schemes to bring millions of illegal aliens to the United States were exposed by FAIR.org.
The FAIR Organization (Federation for American Immigration Reform) announced its immigration statistics for the fiscal year 2022 in October 2022. Since Joe Biden took office, FAIR.org estimates that 5.5 million illegal aliens have entered the United States across the open border with Mexico.
Nearly a year later, that figure has already surpassed 7 million.
By overturning legal rulings made by the Trump administration, the Biden administration widened the scope of asylum claims.
To be eligible for asylum in the United States, migrants formerly had to seek it in one of the countries through which they passed (and be refused.) The Biden administration discontinued the Asylum Cooperative Agreements (ACAs) with Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras.
Biden released unaccompanied youngsters and family units into the United States by issuing a policy that waived their deportation under Title 42.
The Obama administration’s policy of letting immigration courts resolve deportation cases administratively was reinstated under the Biden administration.
To expedite the processing of more petitions and applications, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued policies that make it simpler to apply for benefits like work permits, extended and expanded programs like Temporary Protected Status, removed officers’ authority to issue Notices to Appear (NTAs), and lowered screening and vetting standards.
Joe Biden let 7 million illegal immigrants into the United States. Only 15 states have a population of more than 7 million.