DeSantis announces lawsuit against Biden’s administration over immigration policy

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The Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement are among the defendants mentioned in the indictment.

Although this lawsuit is unlikely to bring any rapid changes to the federal government’s border policy, as he hoped, it added DeSantis’ hardline immigration message. Position yourself as the opposite of President Joe Biden On the national political arena of key issues ranging from immigration to the Covid-19 pandemic.

De Santis told reporters at a press conference on Tuesday: “We are in a situation of disaster on the southern border. This is already obvious,” De Santis told reporters at a press conference on Tuesday. It was outlined at the meeting that the measures he took against the White House on the issue were related to immigration.

A lawsuit filed by Florida Republican Attorney General Ashley Moody in the Federal Court of Pensacola, Florida on Tuesday claimed that the immigrants “unlawfully released” by the Biden administration were being “caught and released.” “Arrived or will arrive in Florida”, harming the country’s quasi-sovereign interests and forcing it to bear millions of dollars in expenses. ”

Therefore, to a certain extent, the lawsuit attempts to determine that the release of undocumented immigrants under compulsory detention and the release of undocumented immigrants on parole are illegal for “not making a case-by-case ruling or complying with other restrictions on this power.” The complaint also challenges its description of “obviously unacceptable” undocumented immigrants released to the United States “failed to provide allegations or initiate deportation procedures.”

Capture and release“It refers to the release of undocumented immigrants who are deemed to have no risk of flying and use surveillance technology after arrest. Because of the serious backlog in the immigration court system, many undocumented immigrants ended up living in the United States for many years.

The Department of Homeland Security did not respond to CNN’s request for comment. The White House transferred CNN to the Department of Justice, which did not respond to CNN’s request for comment.

Jesse Bless, director of federal litigation at the American Immigration Lawyers Association, told CNN on Tuesday, “Anytime a state wants to compete with the federal government on how the federal government enforces federal laws— This is a very difficult thing.”

“There may not be a topic or field more like a federal issue than immigration. Who gets in and out of this country is entirely — it is actually in the constitution — I mean, it is fully entrusted to the federal government,” Bless continued.

“It’s one thing to file a complaint, you just need to claim that the matter is the fact. To win the final judgment, you actually have to provide evidence, which is completely another matter. When I read the complaint, I didn’t see the additional evidence complaint. .”

As the government tried to distance itself from former President Donald Trump’s restrictive immigration agenda and expressed sympathy, Biden officials had already Often send conflicting information About who is allowed to enter the United States and when. Therefore, the border situation remains a political burden on the White House, which has aroused criticism from both the left and the right.

The scope of the challenge came into focus again last month when the U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced that the agency had encountered 212,672 people at the U.S.-Mexico border in July, a two-year high.

Litigation followed A chaotic scene in Del Rio, Texas -Recently conducted by the Department of Homeland Security Regular return flights to Haiti -Exposes the deep disagreement within the Biden administration and some of the president’s most determined allies on how to deal with the difficult immigration issue.
On Tuesday, DeSantis also Sign executive orders This clarifies how Florida agencies should handle and implement many policies regarding undocumented immigration. The governor named the former U.S. Attorney Larry Keefe the “Public Safety Czar” to “ensure the execution of the actions indicated by this executive order and many other things.”

Gregory Lemos of CNN contributed to this report.

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