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The Biden administration is taking new executive actions to extend legal protections to the spouses of U.S. citizens who are in the country illegally.

The Parole in Place program is aimed at people who have lived in the United States for ten years and allows them to live and work legally in the country without having to leave.

Under U.S. law, illegal immigrants must first leave their home country and apply for residency if they marry a U.S. citizen. In some cases, these migrants can be barred from returning to the U.S. for up to 10 years, ABC News reports.

The White House's new policy is reportedly intended to protect about 500,000 people from deportation and provide them with work permits.

Although Biden took action nearly two weeks ago to tighten illegal border crossings, a White House press release said he also believes “in expanding legal pathways and keeping families together.”

Supporters argue that this policy makes political sense for Biden in light of the upcoming election.

“We expect immigrants and Latino voters to express their gratitude at the ballot box in November,” said Gustavo Torres, president of CASA in Action.

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Families who could potentially benefit from the policy change were expected to attend an event at the White House to announce the changes on Tuesday afternoon.

Biden is also introducing a policy that would allow recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to receive a visa instead of the temporary work permit they currently receive.

This year marks the twelfth anniversary of the program to protect young undocumented immigrants, which was launched by then-President Barack Obama.

To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must have a degree from an accredited institution of higher education in the United States and have a job offer for highly qualified professionals in their field of study from a U.S. employer.

While Democrats applaud Biden for his new initiatives, Republicans in the Senate criticize the president.

“They are increasing the incentive for people to come here illegally,” said John Thune, the Republican leader. “I'm sure they will take action against that.”

Last month, Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies warned lawmakers at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing against passing the DREAM Act amnesty bill, which would provide green cards and eventually naturalized citizenship to the approximately 800,000 illegal immigrants enrolled in the DACA program today.

She pointed out that there were “legitimate concerns about the lack of rigor in the DACA vetting process” and that “about 12 percent of DACA applicants had criminal records, including[ing] assault, rape, murder and driving under the influence of alcohol, and 85 percent of those applications were approved.”

According to Breitbart, illegal DACA immigrant Luis Perez of Mexico was sentenced last year to five consecutive life sentences for the murders of 38-year-old Steven Marler, 23-year-old Josh Hampton and a woman accused of complicity in the murders of Marler and Hampton.

Federal records released by the Trump administration in 2019 show that nearly 68,000 illegal immigrants with criminal records have been granted DACA status, the news agency reports.

The crimes include drunk driving, burglary, hit and run, sexual abuse, child rape, animal cruelty and manslaughter.

Fox Business host Stuart Varney says the “Parole in Place” policy would be another “political mistake” that every American will pay for.

“Biden's efforts go much further,” he explained. “An estimated 1.1 million illegal immigrants would be allowed to stay if they have been here for ten years and are married to US citizens. They would get a work permit and could not be deported. It would be the mother of all amnesty programs, it would be vote buying.”

He pointed out that Trump is calling for deportations and that, according to a new CBS poll, 62 percent of Hispanics want a “new national program to deport all undocumented immigrants.”

“Biden's answer is 'Parole in Place.' That's a code word for amnesty,” Vaughn explained. “He thinks that will bring back the Hispanic electorate… The open border and now amnesty. A picture of political mistakes and everyone else has to pay for it.”


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