The Biden administration is continuing with the Democrats’ controversial immigration policy—it will let into the United States some 25,000 asylum seekers in Mexico awaiting their immigration hearings.

To promote the process, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) created a virtual registration program for applicants, which will begin operating next week, DHS announced on its website on Feb. 11.

Americans reject changes to immigration policy

Among the dozens of executive orders signed by Biden the most rejected by Americans are those related to changes in immigration policies, a Morning Consult poll, conducted between Feb. 5 and 7, showed. 

The results show that three out of every five Republican voters “strongly oppose” the measure promoted by the new administration, making it one of the most unpopular measures of this administration.

Additionally, Biden proposes to increase to 125,000 the number of refugees that the country will receive annually.

He will also take advantage of illegal aliens to include them in the census and thus alter the number of seats in Congress for each state, this being another unpopular measure rejected by nearly 70% of Republicans.

In turn, the pollster Rasmussen revealed, “Voters are looking for tighter immigration enforcement by the incoming Biden administration” and support immigration restrictions in general.

Another of the measures adopted by Biden is the suspension of the construction of the border wall. Former President Donald Trump delivered on his campaign promise with 450 miles of new wall.

Biden announced to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) the end of the border emergency declaration—this financed the building of the wall.

Title 42 of the United States Code

Fifty Republican legislators warned Biden not to eliminate Title 42 of the United States Code, created during the Trump administration, because it is the only policy that currently guarantees that the southern border does not collapse immediately.

In the code, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is authorized to expel illegal aliens arrested at the border, arguing the health emergency generated by the CCP Virus.

Biden also promised amnesty to illegal aliens already residing in the country, in addition to relaxing other immigration policies. 

Now the country is facing a situation that could be chaotic and that would imply a high risk for the security of Americans.