BREAKING: Joe Biden planning to “unlock temporary legal status and potentially a path to American citizenship” for some illegals

Joe Biden is planning to give temporary work permits and legal status to some of the illegals present in the US.

The plan being considered is called “parole in place” and it would allow illegals the ability to overcome a major obstacle in immigration law, which is that one can’t obtain permanent legal status if one came to the US illegally.

This “parole in place” would apply to those illegals married to US citizens, which is estimated to be over one million illegals.

Here’s more from CBS News:

President Biden’s administration is weighing a far-reaching move that would unlock temporary legal status and potentially a path to American citizenship for hundreds of thousands of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally, five people familiar with the internal discussions told CBS News.

The plan under consideration by the White House would give work permits and deportation protections to certain unauthorized immigrants through the immigration parole authority, as long as they have spouses who are American citizens, the sources said. The policy, known as “parole in place,” could also make beneficiaries eligible for permanent U.S. residency and eventually even citizenship, by helping them clear hurdles in U.S. law.

The sources, two current U.S. officials, two former officials and a congressional official, all spoke under condition of anonymity to speak freely about internal plans. They said the final details of the Biden administration’s proposal have not been approved or finalized.

The plan, the sources said, would likely benefit longtime undocumented immigrants who have been living in the U.S. for years, if not decades — not recent arrivals.

In a statement to CBS News, White House spokesperson Angelo Hernandez Fernandez said officials “continue to explore a series of policy options, and we remain committed to taking action to address our broken immigration system.”

The proposal being considered by the administration, which was first reported by The Wall Street Journal in late April, would be the latest ambitious move by Mr. Biden to act unilaterally on immigration amid decades of congressional gridlock on the issue.

But the parole in place plan could benefit a significant number of the country’s undocumented population. There are an estimated 11 million unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S., according to estimates by the federal government and research groups. The advocacy group Fwd.US estimates that 1.1 million of them have U.S. citizen spouses.

A grant of parole in place would allow unauthorized immigrants married to U.S. citizens to obtain temporary work permits and legal status. But perhaps more importantly, it would also allow some of them to overcome a rule in U.S. immigration law that prohibits immigrants from getting permanent legal status if they were not officially admitted or paroled into the U.S.

This is sure to be challenged by Republican states and, if prior rulings are indicative, to be overruled by the Supreme Court.

But I think Joe Biden knows this and doesn’t care. He just wants to get reelected and will do anything to try and get more votes to keep him in power. And who is Biden trying to win over with this move? Hispanics.

We just reported on new analysis by CNN this morning that shows Biden is in dire straights with Hispanics, having gone from a 27 point lead in 2020 to a mere 7 point lead with Hispanics in 2024. Trump is clearly winning them over this time around and that scares the pants off Biden.

Which, I can assure you, is why this story was leaked today. Biden is desperate. It doesn’t matter if his plan gets held up in the courts or ever overturned. He just wants to be seen trying to give illegals what they really want, legal status – so that he can get what he really wants, their votes.

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