(Alex Tien, Headline USA) The immigration dilemma at the border may get much worse, as the Biden regime plans to grant exemptions to those attempting to gain entry to the country before Title 42 expires in May.
Just the News has reviewed a memo that gives a number of troubling exceptions to migrants heading to the southern US Border.
“Beginning April 21, 2022, OFO will increase its capabilities to process noncitizens potentially amenable for an exception to Title 42,” the memo states.
“Factors weighing in favor of an exception,” the memo explains, “include the following: a physical or mental illness, disability; pregnancy; lack of access to safe housing or shelter in Mexico (under 21 years old or younger or over 70, including families); and an indication that an individual has been threatened or harmed in Mexico.”
Border patrol agents are preparing for a flood of immigration as Title 42 is set to expire on May 21, however this new memo sent by the Biden administration will make access to the United States even easier.
Even though multiple mayors of border towns in Texas have warned that the ending of Title 42 could be absolutely disastrous, the Biden regime is intent on making access to the country via the southern border even easier.
Border Patrol agents were told that according to the new rules, if a single member of a family qualifies for the exception, the entire family can come into the country legally.
The memo further added, alarmingly, that “Field offices and Ports of Entry should continue to work with attorney/advocacy groups currently submitting Title 42 exceptions to increase the number of individuals processed at the identified locations.”