Deportation numbers of convicted criminal illegal immigrants have dropped under the Biden administration. ICE targets for future years have been lowered, with only 29,393 deportations planned for fiscal 2023 and 2024.
Policy changes and new restrictions on ICE agents have contributed to this decline. The reduction in detained adults and the scaling down of the Alternatives to Detention (ATD) program raises concerns.
The expiration of the Title 42 public health order in May could lead to a new wave of migration.
Deportation targets have decreased under the Biden administration.
ICE agents face new restrictions that limit their ability to arrest and deport illegal immigrants.
The number of detained adults will be reduced, potentially impacting public safety.
The ATD program will be scaled down, affecting how migrants are monitored.
The expiration of Title 42 could exacerbate the immigration situation.
The Biden administration’s immigration policies have led to a decline in the deportation of convicted criminal illegal immigrants, raising concerns for American safety.
As Republicans, we must demand that our government prioritize effective immigration policies that protect our nation’s security.
By doing so, we can work towards a safer and more secure America.