New ICE Instructions Make Asylum Claims Easier than Ever

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Even as Biden has taken action on the border, his administration also seems to be making it easier for people to get into our nation.

From New York Post. On the same day the Biden administration announced new restrictions on how many migrants will be allowed over the border, a memo was sent to border enforcers mandating new measures to make it as easy as possible to claim asylum.

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Instructions from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) acting director Patrick J. Lechleitner to his team includes the installation of signs seemingly instructing migrants what to say to qualify for asylum.

The email also points to “trembling, shaking” or even staying completely silent as behavior, which can back up the “credible fear” of being returned to a home country migrants need to display to claim asylum. …

According to Lechleitner’s email, signs must also be posted in several areas of ICE detention facilities.

They say if migrants are “hungry or thirsty,” need “medical care,” fear “persecution or torture if removed from the United States,” or if they are “victims of abuse … sexual assault”, or “have witnessed a crime” they should tell an officer and “your claim will be heard.” …

There also must be a video “explaining to noncitizens that they should raise these concerns” that “should be played on a loop.” …

The Biden administration’s latest migration rules lift restrictions on those who arrive as “unaccompanied children, victims of a severe form of trafficking, those who face an acute medical emergency or an imminent and extreme threat to life and safety,” senior administration officials said Tuesday.

Those exemptions will be abused and utilized by cartels in Mexico who are in the business of migrant smuggling, retired Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge of the El Paso Station Clay Thomas told The Post. …

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(Excerpt from New York Post. Photo Credit: CBP Photography)

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