The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), headed by President Joe Biden, has introduced a new feature of the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) One app that enables foreign nationals in Central and Northern Mexico to make appointments for release into the U.S. interior at the border.
In order to be released into American communities, foreign nationals who live in Mexico that are pregnant, mentally ill, old, crippled, homeless, or crime victims would be encouraged to schedule appointments with CBP officers at the U.S.-Mexico border. This was revealed this week by DHS officials.
Foreign nationals in Mexico can request an appointment up to 14 days in advance via the CBP One mobile app. Then, foreign nationals can show up for their appointment at eight Ports of Entry in Arizona, Texas, and California.
According to the DHS announcement:
“CBP One will direct users via a series of questions to give a live facial image and submit information in advance that an undocumented noncitizen would typically provide throughout their inspection at a port of entry. Additionally, users must confirm when making an appointment that they, or any accompanying spouse or child, fit the requirements for specific vulnerability for which they are asking for a humanitarian exception.”
“A CBP officer will choose the best processing course of action after a noncitizen shows up for their booked appointment at a designated land port of entry. The use of CBP One does not ensure that a person will be processed on a specific date or time because these decisions won’t be made before the in-person inspection. Individuals do not need the assistance of a non-governmental group to submit their information directly through this app.”
The mobile app, according to RJ Hauman of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), “is among the most jaw-dropping demonstrations of the Biden govt’s determination to let everybody in under the cover of legitimacy,” Breitbart News said.
According to Hauman, “instead of attempting to halt an unprecedented flood of migrants, they’re promoting even more false asylum claims while coming up with creative ways to process them all at once. The answer is straightforward if they intended to genuinely end the crisis: enforce our laws rather than develop an app to make doing so even simpler.”
The release of the mobile app follows Biden’s announcement of a plan that will allow for the creation of an even larger Catch and Release system at the border between the United States and Mexico, where 360,000 more undocumented migrants would be able to enter the country’s interior by requesting humanitarian parole.
Biden’s DHS already uses a little-known parole scheme to release thousands at a time into the interior of the United States each month. Since Feb. 2021, the Biden administration is estimated to have released 1.6 to two million undocumented people into American neighborhoods.