Traitor Joe Biden’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has added yet another new pipeline for illegal aliens to help along The Great Replacement. Illegals with Temporary Protected Status can now travel outside the United States and return to be admitted as legal immigrants [Temporary Protected Status and Eligibility for Adjustment of Status under Section 245(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, USCIS.gov, July 1, 2022].
‘Temporary’ migrants who entered illegally get new path to permanent status under Biden policy https://t.co/N3ahV4c8kE— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) July 10, 2022
Here’s the key line from a memorandum laden with legalese:
USCIS is updating its guidance to clarify that TPS beneficiaries who travel abroad temporarily, with the prior consent of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and who return in accordance with that prior authorization, may be inspected and admitted into TPS upon return, with certain exceptions. TPS beneficiaries whom DHS has inspected and admitted into TPS after such authorized travel are “inspected and admitted” for purposes of adjustment of status under INA 245(a) and INA 245(k). This is true even if the TPS beneficiary was present without admission or parole when initially granted TPS [emphasis added].
This is an obvious way to pack the country with more illegals, but doing so “legally” because they will have been “inspected and admitted.” Leaving and returning magically changes their status.
Robert Law of the Center for Immigration Studies explained the obvious. Illegals or anyone with temporary status is allowed to stay here because returning home is dangerous:
“If it’s unsafe to return, how could they safely visit?”
USCIS did not address that specific issue in response to an inquiry from The Times. Instead, it pointed to an online page about TPS travel approval in general.
[H]e expects many TPS holders to take advantage of the new policy.
“It’s hard to imagine a TPS beneficiary not trying this,” he said. “They could travel to Mexico or Canada, or their home country or anywhere else, and return, and voila — they can now get a green card if otherwise eligible.”
[‘Temporary’ migrants who entered illegally get new path to permanent status under Biden policy, by Stephen Dinan, Washington Times, July 10, 2022]
Yesterday, Let’s Go Brandon extended TPS until March 24, 2024 for 343,000 Venezuelans. Last month, he extended Deferred Enforced Departure for Liberians for another two years. In April, he gave TPS to 12,000 Cameroonians.
The Great Replacement looks a lot like a conspiracy even if you do wear a tin foil hat.
Today, @SecMayorkas is extending the designation of Venezuela for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 18 months. This extension of TPS for Venezuela applies only to existing beneficiaries who were in the U.S. before March 8, 2021.— Homeland Security (@DHSgov) July 11, 2022
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