DHS Mayorkas informs judge to cancel ‘Stay in Mexico’ again

President Joe Biden’s border chief is once again working to cancel the “Stay in Mexico” (RIM) program because it hinders migrants ’ability to ask judges to allow them to stay in the United States.

The United States is the “nation of immigrants,” Border Commander Alejandro Mayorkas claimed in a 39-page report prepared for a federal judge who ordered the program to continue in August:

Fundamental problems with [the program] … Is to place an international barrier between migrants and their advocates and the appropriate immigration court where their proceedings take place, and to place their security and safety in the hands of a sovereign nation.

Mayorkas, who is a secretary at the Department of Homeland Security, ignored the program’s benefits for Americans, though he described the risks and harms to migrants.

These dangers are considerable and many migrants have been killed or abducted after being sent back to Mexican border towns. But wealthy American progressives – including Majorcans – have encouraged these poor migrants to risk their lives by easing U.S. asylum rules after 2008. And much more migrants are dying in suffering meanwhile trying to achieve Majorca’s border lottery.

Mayorkas also ignored Americans ’legal and economic rights to a secure border, though he acknowledged that the migrant flow plummeted when President Donald Trump’s deputies ran a program also called the Protocols for the Protection of Migrants. [MPP):

The Secretary has presumed—as is likely—that MPP contributed to a decrease in migration flows … border encounters decreased rapidly, falling 64 percent in just three months … [But] the relevant data are simply too inaccurate to accurately assess the extent to which MPP may have contributed to the reduction of flows at the south-western border.

However, Mayorkas Agency has accurate information about the number of migrants he allows to compete for American housing and jobs. It also has good data on about 400,000 job-seeking migrants – called “fugitives” – who have sneaked through congested border forces.

Mayorkas also acknowledged that the RIM program has accelerated the legal review of migrants’ asylum applications; “MPP has resulted in some removal procedures being completed more quickly than is typical of non-detained cases.” But he reduced that benefit to Americans by arguing that migrants must provide “fair and equitable results” to foreigners.

But the costs to migrants outweigh the benefits, he said: “Thus, in the Secretary’s judgment, the benefits of MPP far outweigh the costs of the program, in any form.”

Mayorkas is a child refugee from Cuba and a migration enthusiast.

In June, for example, he argued that the dignity of migrants is “above all”The duty of his agency. Maya said it was an agencyhighest priority”Is the return of legally deported adults to live with their abandoned children in the United States.

In April 2021, he said that companies owned by migrants “are spine of our communities – and our countries. ”In 2013, they are mayors stated that the homeland of the Americans is “a nation that has always been and stayed forever a nation of immigrants. “

Mayorkas wrote a 39-page document to satisfy federal judge Matt Kacsmaryk. In August, Directed by Kacsmaryk Mayors should renew the MPP or detain all migrant asylum seekers until their claims are decided.

In his response to Kacsmaryk on October 29, Mayorkas argued that the MPP program is optional because it also has the legal power to “conditionally release” an unlimited number of people into the United States, regardless of the obvious economic and civic harm to his fellow Americans:

Above all [legal] the law does not set a limit on the number of individuals that DHS can opt for parole.

Instead, Congress simply demanded that parole decisions be made on a case-by-case basis and based on “urgent humanitarian reasons” or “substantial public benefit.” identify them.

Mayorkas also described his alternative to the RIM program – the rapid processing of many migrants’ asylum applications and their rapid release to American jobs, housing and schools:

The department is committed to guiding migration in safe and orderly ways and to reforming our asylum decision-making system in order to achieve more timely, fair and effective results …

As part of these efforts, the United States is cooperating bilaterally and multilaterally with countries in the Western Hemisphere and working to promote humane border control and improve legal channels [emphasis added] throughout the region

Mayorkas also wants to open new doors to citizenship at the border by empowering his migrant MPs to grant citizenship on the spot to a very large number of migrants, without any pressure from judges or scrutiny by groups acknowledging the economic damage caused by migration. In the letter, he says that he drafted the regulations:

Permission [migrant] cases with positive results of a credible fear of remaining in USCIS [DHS’ U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency] for a full asylum judgment, instead of shifting to the judgment of the immigration judge …

Once in force, the asylum official’s rule should represent a transformation and a long-term shift in the processing of asylum applications, which will ensure prompt and fair processing in a way that ensures appropriate results and realistically follows the workflow. …

Achieving the objectives of the rule will require significant investment in resources, training and staff; To fully implement this new process, USCIS will need to quadruple the current corps of asylum officials.

a lot polls show that labor migration is deep unpopular because it harms ordinary Americans career opportunities, reduces their cries, and raises their rents. Migration also inhibits Americans productivity, shrinks their political impact, expands regional wealth gaps, and destroys their democratic citizenship policy, which encourages compromises culture.

For many years it was a wide diversity from interviewers to have shown deep in wide opposition to labor migration and inflow temporarily contract workers to jobs sought by young U.S. graduates.

tole opposition is multiracial,, cross sex,, non-racist,, based on class,, bilateral,, rationally,, Persistently, in recognized the solidarity that Americans owe to each other. The voting – in census data – shatters the claim of Mayorkas and other proponents in the 1950s that Americans must live in “a nation of immigrants. ”

However, business and progressive groups have repeatedly insisted that 300 million Americans must subordinate their priorities to the goals of migrants. “Citizenship Day is a reminder that it is the job of each of us to ensure that America remains a country worthy of the aspirations of immigrants,” Biden he said in a video Sept. 17.

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