(FeaturedNews.com) – In a court filing on Monday, the Biden administration revealed that on Thursday right before the expiration of Title 42, which would block them from releasing migrants into the U.S., they did in fact release 6,000 migrants. This is at a time when the administration is claiming that they are not mass releasing migrants.
The Filing specified that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection system showed 6,413 individuals who were released on Parole with Conditions on Thursday. This was prior to the temporary restraining order going into effect at 11:59 p.m. Last week, the Biden administration was blocked from releasing migrants through its “parole with conditions” policy for two weeks. The ruling had come only hours before the expected expiration of Title 42.
The policy further noted that migrants can be allowed to enter the country on parole only in cases where Customs and Border Protection has to deal with overcrowding. Those migrants who are released into the country under the parole policy have to make mandatory appointments with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or request a Notice to Appear by mail. Those released are also not required to get an alien registration number or court date.
Judge T. Kent Wetherell, in his ruling, determined that the policy was in many ways similar to a “Parole + ATD” policy that he had previously blocked in March. The government’s request for a stay was also denied.
On Monday, the Court called for the government to verify a report from the Washington Times which stated that DHS had paroled 2,500 migrants after the court’s order was imposed. If this information is accurate then the government can be held in contempt.
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