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Biden administration pledges to deport illegal migrants ‘IMMEDIATELY’ when US lifts Title 42

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The administration of President Joe Biden announced Thursday it will deport illegal immigrants immediately after they cross the border – amid panic of a ‘mass migrant event’ after the CDC said it would lift Title 42 after two years. 

The announcement that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) could end Title 42 – which allowed the government to expel or ban migrants due to the Covid pandemic, effectively shutting down the asylum process – by May 23 has left the US bracing for a tidal wave of immigrants.

On Thursday, White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield reassured Americans that undocumented immigration was still an illegal act. 

‘To be clear, people who cross the border without legal authorization will be placed immediately in deportation procedures and, if they cannot certify their stay in the United States, they will be returned quickly to their countries,’ Bedingfield said. 

Title 42 was put into place by President Donald Trump in March 2020 and provided the U.S. Border Patrol the authority to immediately turn migrants who are stopped unlawfully crossing the United States-Mexico border without the opportunity to apply for refuge in the U.S.

More than 1.6 million migrants – mostly single adults and family units – have been expelled under Trump and Biden. 

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Del Rio Sector in Texas stopped 187 migrants who unlawfully crossed from Mexico on March 27. The White House said Thursday that migrants will be immediately deported from the U.S. whether Title 42 is extended or removed. The CDC is expected to remove the Trump-era measure May 23

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Del Rio Sector in Texas stopped 187 migrants who unlawfully crossed from Mexico on March 27. The White House said Thursday that migrants will be immediately deported from the U.S. whether Title 42 is extended or removed. The CDC is expected to remove the Trump-era measure May 23

U.S. Border Patrol Tucson Sector agents on this week stopped 13 migrants after they illegally crossed the United States-Mexico border. The latest U.S. Customs and Border Protection report showed 838,685 migrant encounters along the 1,954-mile southwestern border region since October 1, 2021, the beginning of fiscal year 2022.

U.S. Border Patrol Tucson Sector agents on this week stopped 13 migrants after they illegally crossed the United States-Mexico border. The latest U.S. Customs and Border Protection report showed 838,685 migrant encounters along the 1,954-mile southwestern border region since October 1, 2021, the beginning of fiscal year 2022.

The smuggling of migrants was disrupted by U.S. Border Patrol agents from the El Centro Sector this week when officers discovered a southern California stash house with 17 individuals. Three smugglers were arrested

The smuggling of migrants was disrupted by U.S. Border Patrol agents from the El Centro Sector this week when officers discovered a southern California stash house with 17 individuals. Three smugglers were arrested

However, under the Biden administration, unaccompanied boys and girls under 18 who were smuggled from Mexico to the United States remain exempt from being expelled under Title 42.

Bedingfield said the removal or extension of Title 42 is ‘a decision’ that the CDC has to make, adding that the White House was ready ‘any contingency’, including the rise of asylum seekers along southwestern border region. 

She added that the administration’s goal will be ‘to process migrants in a safe and orderly manner’ and cautioned that anyone who crosses the United States-Mexico border without legal documents will be removed.

‘Obviously, trying to enter the United States illegally has consequences and no one would have to take this dangerous decision,’ Bedingfield said.

Since Biden took office in January 2021, CBP has encountered more than 2.2 million migrants and the border – and that number could as much as triple with the end of Title 42

Since Biden took office in January 2021, CBP has encountered more than 2.2 million migrants and the border – and that number could as much as triple with the end of Title 42

U.S. Border Patrol agents with the Del Rio Sector pulled over a truck and discovered dozens of migrants being smuggled on March 25

U.S. Border Patrol agents with the Del Rio Sector pulled over a truck and discovered dozens of migrants being smuggled on March 25

The warning comes as some Democrats sided with Republicans in arguing that the administration doesn’t have a substitute plan to stop the massive arrival of migrants who are expected at the border if the Trump-era health measure used to expel unlawful border is pulled back.

Senator Joe Manchin told reporters on Thursday that the administration should drop plans to scrap the Trump-era policy. 

Reports emerged Wednesday that the Biden administration plans to finally end Title 42 in late May after months of pressure from immigration advocacy groups to end what they claim is an inhumane policy.

CDC is expected to end policy on May 23 – giving immigration agencies less than two months to prepare for a possible tripling of migration at the southern border. 

New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassen tweeted Wednesday: ‘I am concerned that there is not a sufficient plan in place to address the steep increase in border crossings that could result from this reported decision.’

‘This preemptive repeal threatens border security at a time when the administration should be focused on strengthening it,’ she added. 

Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas also warned Wednesday that repealing Title 42 will lead to a large wave of migrants at the border.  

‘If Title 42 expires, as the border patrol has told me, they expect a tsunami of humanity to come across border and the border patrol has said they will lose control entirely,’ Senator Cornyn said at a news conference on Capitol Hill Wednesday. 

The latest U.S. Customs and Border Protection report showed 838,685 migrant encounters along the 1,954-mile southwestern border region since October 1, 2021, the beginning of fiscal year 2022. 

The totals are on pace to surpass the 1,734,686 interdictions for fiscal year 2021. 

Moderate Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema said Wednesday that she and fellow Arizona Senator Mark Kelly spoke with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) about not ending Title 42 until there are other safeguards in place at the border.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has reported 838,685 encounters along the 1,954-mile southwestern border region since October 1, 2021, the beginning of fiscal year 2022. The totals are on pace to surpass the 1,734,686 interdictions for fiscal year 2021

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has reported 838,685 encounters along the 1,954-mile southwestern border region since October 1, 2021, the beginning of fiscal year 2022. The totals are on pace to surpass the 1,734,686 interdictions for fiscal year 2021

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Three Points Station encountered a group of 54 migrants west of Tucson, near the border gate in San Miguel, Arizona, on or about February 20. Many in the group were unaccompanied children from Central America - the youngest was just five years old

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Three Points Station encountered a group of 54 migrants west of Tucson, near the border gate in San Miguel, Arizona, on or about February 20. Many in the group were unaccompanied children from Central America – the youngest was just five years old

U.S. Border Patrol's Del Rio Sector agents found five migrant minor children alone near the Rio Grande shore in Texas on February 24. Under the administration of President Joe Biden, boys and girls under the 18 who cross the border unaccompanied are exempt from being expelled under Title 42

U.S. Border Patrol’s Del Rio Sector agents found five migrant minor children alone near the Rio Grande shore in Texas on February 24. Under the administration of President Joe Biden, boys and girls under the 18 who cross the border unaccompanied are exempt from being expelled under Title 42

On February 14, border patrol agents in Uvalde, Texas,  encountered a group of migrants trapped in rail cars. Among those rescued was a Honduran couple and their 17-month-old baby son

On February 14, border patrol agents in Uvalde, Texas,  encountered a group of migrants trapped in rail cars. Among those rescued was a Honduran couple and their 17-month-old baby son

‘We spoke with the @DHSgov Secretary about the administration’s Title 42 contingency plans following our letter to the President urging him not to end Title 42 without a comprehensive plan to support border communities,’ Sinema tweeted Wednesday of her and Kelly’s meeting.

She said in a statement following the meeting of her border state constituents and illegal border crossers: ‘Ending Title 42 without a comprehensive plan in place puts at risk the health and safety of migrants and Arizona communities.’

Sinema is chairwoman of the Senate Subcommittee on Border Management.

‘There is still not an adequate plan or sufficient coordination to end Title 42 without further straining our law enforcement, border communities, and nonprofits providing humanitarian assistance to migrants,’ junior Arizona Senator Kelly said in a statement on the meeting with DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to discuss the Administration’s Title 42 contingency plan.

‘We’ll continue to push the Biden administration for the resources and support Arizona needs amid this crisis at our southern border,’ Kelly added. 

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