The US administration may return to an accelerated procedure for deporting immigrants

According to the Axios portal, this could cause controversy among Democrats and bring the administration closer to the deterrence-oriented approach used by the four previous presidents.

The administration of US President Joe Biden is considering a return to the practice of allowing the deportation of by the news portal Axios, citing sources.

The resumption of the practice of expedited evictions of families may cause controversy among Democrats and will bring the administration closer to the deterrence-oriented approach used by four previous presidents and especially supported by the administration of Donald Trump, the publication notes. According to Axios, the US Department of Homeland Security will conduct a review of the accelerated eviction policy next week.

However, an unnamed White House official said that a final decision has not been made. “Various options are always being considered to build an orderly immigration system,” he said. The Biden administration has recently been heavily criticized in light of the growing influx of people who are illegally trying to enter the United States from Mexico. Political opponents, in particular, argue that what is happening was the result of the new head of the White House’s too soft approach to illegal immigration. Biden is particularly harshly criticized for the fact that underage illegal migrants who find themselves in the United States are being held in conditions that are not suitable for children.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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