North Dakota and 17 States Rebel Against Biden's Open-Border Policies: A Game-Changing Lawsuit

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 06/04/2023
North Dakota recently joined 17 other states in opposing President Joe Biden's open-border policies that have wreaked havoc across the country. The states sued the Biden Administration over an asylum policy that would allow certain qualifying non-citizens who cross the U.S. borders to stay under the new "Circumvention of Lawful Pathways" rule. This comes three years into Biden's presidency.

The Department of Homeland Security states that the new rule has been created to manage the expected surge in migration across the hemisphere. The goal is to dissuade migrants from undertaking unsafe and disorderly ways of entering the United States and other partner nations. The policy includes imposing specific conditions on asylum eligibility for migrants who do not use lawful and secure procedures for immigration. It also supports the swift return of migrants whose protection claims lack validity.

Republican attorney generals have opposed a new rule that redefines border crossings as lawful pathways, stating it will worsen existing immigration problems.
According to AG Drew Wrigley (R-ND), the Biden administration is encouraging illegal aliens to enter via a phone app, which leads to their dispersal around the country without any meaningful oversight. The lawsuit accuses Biden of neglecting his constitutional duties as president, allowing illegal migrants free entry, and keeping them benefits despite their illegal status.

A lawsuit, spanning 55 pages, argues that illegal immigrants would receive work authorization upon crossing the border, along with immediate access to public benefits, leaving the states to bear the cost of their stay. 
Biden calls for change in immigration policies, but Missouri, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, and Wyoming are taking him to court— compelling him to fulfill his job responsibilities.


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