Another Biden Regime Administrative Amnesty In The Works: Parole-In-Place For Illegal Aliens
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Earlier (January 2024): Biden Regime Parole Amnesty Numbers Out—Over ONE MILLION Illegally Paroled

The Biden Regime is slow rolling another amnesty for illegal aliens, ostensibly because of his fake crackdown on the border crisis has hurt him politically with the Left, this time another variation of the Parole Amnesty. This time the spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens who entered the United States illegally will be the winners. Furthermore, the amnesty might include other illegal aliens, including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, agricultural laborers, healthcare workers, and a mass expansion of the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program.

Parole-in-Place has been a top demand from the Treason Bar and the Left as their legislative attempts have completely failed.

The administration is considering new actions for undocumented immigrants, lawmakers and immigration advocates say. The internal discussions come after Biden officials have spent months crafting Tuesday’s new border restrictions, with top aides fixated on beating back GOP criticism over the president’s handling of immigration…

As part of that effort, White House officials are looking closely at “parole in place” for undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens, which would shield them from deportation and allow them to work legally while they pursue a path to citizenship, the people said, adding that any moves may not come until after Biden’s debate this month with Donald Trump. The program could provide temporary relief for an estimated 1.2 million people.

Biden’s Border Move Infuriated Progressives. He’s Trying To Fix That, by Myah Ward and Lisa Kashinsky, Politico, June 6, 2024

Parole-in-Place is granting parole status to illegal aliens already in the United States. There is no legal basis to do this, nor is it legal to do it en masse [Inside The Lawless Biden Regime Administrative Amnesty, by Federale, Federale Blog, January 31, 2022].

For months, immigration advocates, Democrats on the Hill and local leaders have been pushing for the White House to follow its tough action with protections for long-term, undocumented residents like dreamers, caregivers, farmworkers and spouses of U.S. citizens and for the president to continue using his authorities to expand Temporary Protected Status.

It appears that Parole-in-Place will just be another 1986 Amnesty, this time without the actual law passed by Congress.

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