People wait for their turn to board a commercial bus that will take them to the San Antonio airport at a warehouse run by the Mission: Border Hope nonprofit group run by the United Methodist Church in Eagle Pass, Texas, … more > Homeland Security’s citizenship agency has created a backdoor pathway to citizenship that’s open to some of the hundreds of thousands of migrants who came to the U.S. illegally but who are now here under what’s known as Temporary Protected Status.
A new policy issued earlier this month allows TPS holders to apply for pre-approval to travel outside the U.S., and when they return they will be deemed to have been “inspected” at the border. That clears a key hurdle for those who came illegally the last time, effectively scrubbing that illegal entry from their record.
Previously they would have returned under the same status they left.
The new policy is retroactive, meaning U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services can grant the same “inspected” status to TPS holders who left and returned even before this month’s changes.
USCIS told The Washington Times that it doesn’t know how many people to expect to take advantage of the new travel rules or apply for an adjustment of status, but the numbers could be massive, some experts said.
“I can’t guess about numbers, but this is a path to amnesty for hundreds of thousands of people who have entered the U.S. illegally,” said Ken Cuccinelli, who was acting director at USCIS and deputy secretary at the Department of Homeland Security in the Trump administration .
Mr. Cuccinelli called the new policy “another brutal stomping of the rule of law.”
TPS grants migrants — here either illegally or legally but on short-term visas — a stay of deportation if their countries face natural disasters, war, disease or political instability. […]
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