Alejandro Mayorkas, “ homeland security secretary,” announced that families and individuals who were denied entry into the united states border from Mexico would be able to access the country from May 23, 2022. Maryokas announced on Friday.
Family members will reunite once more. According to NBC News, “the centers for disease control and prevention” told DHS they would dismiss “the controversial public health rule known as title 42”.
It denied at least 1.7 million people access to the United States because they were not vaccinated or did not comply with the vaccination policies.
“There are currently thousands of migrants living in poor conditions and camps in northern Mexico after being turned back from crossing under Title 42. DHS officials say they are bracing for more than 170,000 migrants after May 23 — but are also ramping up Covid vaccinations at the border and will place some unvaccinated immigrants in detention facilities”. According to reports.
However, Mayorkas made it clear that not everyone will be admitted into the country despite them lifting the policy. “Let me be clear: those unable to establish a legal basis to remain in the United States will be removed,” he said.
U.S citizens have criticized the Bidens administration regarding how they handled title 42. Republicans further proceeded to sue the administration of Biden because it failed to enforce the policy thoroughly and specifically “ against unaccompanied children.”
On the other hand, immigration advocates pressured and sued Bidens the administration to lift “title 42”. They argued that the administration used the policy to serve as an “immigration implementation tool” and not as a genuine public health ratio.
Donald’s Trump administration implemented the policy. Countries have eased COVID-19 restrictions after the cases of infection dropped.