Biden Planning To Unlock Legal Status For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Illegal Aliens: Report

Biden Planning To Unlock Legal Status For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Illegal Aliens: Report

President Joe Biden’s administration is reportedly leaning toward a move that would “unlock” legal status and open up a pathway toward citizenship for hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens that the administration has allowed into the country.

“The plan under consideration by the White House would give work permits and deportation protections to certain [illegal] immigrants through the immigration parole authority, as long as they have spouses who are American citizens,” CBS News reported.

The policy — which comes as Biden faces low approval ratings, in part due to his disastrous border policies — “could also make beneficiaries eligible for permanent U.S. residency and eventually even citizenship, by helping them clear hurdles in U.S. law,” the report added.

Multiple sources said that the plan, which rewards those who have broken federal immigration laws, has not been finalized yet, the report said.

White House spokesperson Angelo Hernandez Fernandez said the administration was exploring “a series of policy options, and we remain committed to taking action to address our broken immigration system.”

The report claimed that Biden unleashed “the harshest policy enacted by a Democratic president” last week when he signed an executive order that was widely panned as “weak” by policy experts and critics. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas wouldn’t even answer during an interview on Sunday if the policy has done anything.


Numerous videos posted to social media show that the executive order is doing little-to-nothing to stop the crisis that Biden unleashed on the U.S. with his open border policies. Some estimates say that north of 10 million illegal aliens have entered the U.S. under the Biden administration.

The Biden administration secretly instructed U.S. Border Patrol agents last week to release illegal aliens into the U.S. from all but six of the more than 100 countries in the Eastern Hemisphere rather than deport them.

The Washington Examiner obtained the memo that Border Patrol agents were given by Biden officials, which came just days after Biden issued his executive order — which he said he couldn’t issue because he needed Congress to fix the border.

The instructions that Border Patrol agents were given “contradict[] what senior Biden administration officials told reporters in a call on Tuesday would be the case for migrants from Eastern Hemisphere countries who traveled through multiple countries without seeking asylum in order to reach the U.S., referred to as extra-hemispheric migrants,” said Examiner border correspondent Anna Giaritelli.

Related: Biden’s Proclamation On Immigration Permits Fears Asylum Seekers May Cite To Avoid Deportation

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