Brandon’s immigration policy was unpopular. Even if it’s a person called for his impeachment because of those policies, which adversely affect what he does as an abolition of dutyor sue him for utter lawlessness and the harm caused by his policies, Americans were fed up and tired of the far left immigration policies so they took action. to prevent them.
Most recently, it was the form of Texas, Arkansas, Alaska, Florida, Indiana, Missouri, Montana and Oklahoma suing Brandon over his use of the Obama-era Central American Refugee and Parole Program to shuttle members in the families of minors who illegally immigrated to this country.
Under the program, some illegal immigrant minors are granted “protected status” by the government. Then, instead of being deported, because they should have been subject to US immigration laws, they were allowed to petition the government to bring in their family members. The program applies to illegal immigrants from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.
Yes, that’s right. Team Brandon is proactively finding family members of illegal immigrants and then helping them flood the country, with all the costs of service and immigration violations caused.
So the aforementioned states have filed lawsuits and are trying to stop the terrible policy, taking it to court to protect their citizens from the ravages of illegal immigration.
The complaint itself pretty much sums up the problem of the program, showing how it punishes those waiting in line to get to the country legally and rewards those who break the law and walk across the border. As an introduction to complaint put it:
Foreign nationals who are qualified relatives of U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents often wait years — or decades — to legally immigrate to the United States. They have to endure lengthy processes, background checks, and seemingly substantial paperwork requirements. But they go through the processes that Congress created, and they wait patiently for their opportunity to legally enter the United States and pursue the American dream.
In contrast, illegal aliens do not have the right under federal law to petition the federal government for their relatives abroad to reside with them in the United States. There is no legal route for unqualified aliens to join other unqualified aliens in the United States — and for good reason. It defies common sense. No sovereign state rewards lawbreakers by allowing family members abroad to live with them illegally on sovereign territory.especially with government support. Doing so would erode national sovereignty and would be fundamentally unfair to those who pursue legal immigration channels and wait patiently for an opportunity to immigrate to the United States.
The complaint also accuses Team Brandon of “[usurping] power of Congress to come up with a national plan for immigration law. ”
The program was started by Obama in 2014 and ended by Trump just days after he took office in 2017. Brandon restarted the program after entering the White House.
It is unclear whether the states will be able to win the case. It is encouraging, however, that the red states are taking action to stop Brandon and his far-left policies, even if that “action” means rolling the dice in the courts.
https://smartzune.com/8-states-sue-brandon-over-the-immigration-policy-he-reinstated/ 8 States Sue Brandon Over Immigration Policy He Reinstated