The Biden administration is reportedly planning to include Cubans, Nicaraguans and Haitians in the legal process for Venezuelans seeking asylum in the United States.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the program would allow immigrants from those four countries to fly to the United States seeking asylum abroad, according to internal government documents it has seen with two officials familiar with the plans.
The program grants political refugee protection in the United States to immigrants who have left their home country. It also allows immigrants from these countries to enter the U.S. without crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.
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The proposed plan would prevent some migrants from seeking asylum in the United States if they did not seek similar protection in other countries, such as Mexico, before coming to the United States.
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A review of the plan will take place just before the end of the 42nd title, which sunsets on December 21.
The court ordered the Biden administration to stop using Section 42 of the state health order, which has been used to deport migrants to Mexico since March 2020 — after it was ruled illegal.
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The Department of Homeland Security estimates that between 9,000 and 15,000 migrants a day could pass through when Section 42 expires on Dec. 21.
In fiscal year 2022, a record 2.3 million migrants, or 6,500 crossings per day, were recorded.
The Biden administration has requested $4 billion in additional border funding, with $2 billion going to Customs and Border Protection and $2 billion to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.