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Biden Admin Accused Of ‘Basically Providing Backdoor Amnesty’ For Illegal Migrants

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The UN High Commissioner for Refugees describes asylum as a form of protection allowing individuals to stay in the US if they fear persecution.

The Biden administration’s leniency towards illegal border crossings has led to a backlog in asylum claims, with some individuals facing an 8-year wait for processing.

A web page notes that the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees states, “Asylum is a form of protection which allows an individual to remain in the United States instead of being removed (deported) to a country where he or she fears persecution or harm.” (Trending: Assault Weapons Ban Set To Take Effect, Here’s What To Know)

“Under U.S. law, people who flee their countries because they fear persecution can apply for asylum,” it adds.

The immigration court backlog has surpassed 3 million pending cases, causing judges to face an average of 4,500 pending cases each.

“@mkolken, tells me it’s one of the most shocking things he’s seen in his nearly 30 years of immigration law,” Bill Melugin wrote.

“Kolken tells me his client is a legitimate asylum seeker with what he feels is an air tight case, but because the system is so backlogged with illegitimate asylum claims, he’s not sure they’ll ever get a chance to argue it in court with her next check in 8 years into the future,” he added.

“It made me realize the Biden administration is basically providing backdoor amnesty for anyone who wants to show up at the border,” Matthew Kolken said to Melugin.

The surge in border crossings, coupled with the lack of court dates and deportation, has created chaos and overwhelmed the system.

“The accelerating growth in the Court’s backlog has transformed the problem into an even more daunting challenge,” the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse report said.

“It’s a simple act driving an unprecedented surge at our border which Mexican journalist @CabelloAuden dubbed the ‘selfie factor’ – migrants cross into the US, snap a shot and send it back to those waiting to decide whether to come now,” Fox News correspondent Griff Jenkins said.

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