More Immigrants Allowed to Enter

May 21, 2021

Very soon, the Biden Administration will be permitting entry to a maximum of 250 immigrants a day. A representative for Department of Homeland Security has stated that the more vulnerable immigrants will be allowed to cross the border. Vulnerable immigrants are those who are ill, have very young children, or feel unsafe while they stay in Mexico. This is an update to the present policy that denies entry at the U.S.-Mexican border to many families and single adult immigrants.

Customs and Border Protection have already let about 2,000 vulnerable immigrants enter the United States; they are currently remaining on stand-by for their court hearing. However, the ACLU, American Civil Liberties Union, are fighting to ensure that all immigrants be given the same ability to enter.  Because of the hard work and persistence of ACLU in fighting Title 42, a guidance that was created to prevent the growth of Covid-19, all unaccompanied children and select families have already received entry to the U.S. Unfortunately, the rest of the migrants have been stopped.

Like the ACLU, Law Offices of Wiliani-Malek hopes to see that there are more concessions from the Biden administration permitting admission to asylum seekers and eliminating Title 42. If you have a question regarding the situation or how it may affect your loved one, give us a call at (714) 432-1333 today!