Leaked Memo: Border Patrol Ordered To Release Illegal Aliens From Eastern Hemisphere Nations

(Republican Senate News) – Once again, the Biden administration’s destructive “open border” policies are putting national security at risk, which is absolutely maddening for those of us who live in areas that are being greatly impacted by the flood of illegal aliens into this country. Many of these individuals are bringing lengthy rap sheets and a deep desire to continue criminal activity in the U.S.

According to Fox News, a brand new Border Patrol memo, which was obtained by the outlet, shows that agents working in the San Diego sector have been instructed to start releasing single adults from all but six nations located in the Eastern Hemisphere, along with classifying them as “hard” or “very hard” to remove.

The memo was blasted out after President Joe Biden signed an executive order that banned asylum for most illegal immigrants a week ago. Of course, this move is clearly an act of desperation to try and save face, winning back voters who have cited the immigration crisis as one of the top issues they are concerned about. A lot of on the fence voters have stated they’re leaning toward former President Donald Trump, who has a much more solid take on the problem as part of his campaign platform.

“Details in the memo, first reported by the Washington Examiner’s Anna Giaritelli, instructs agents that all single adults from the Eastern Hemisphere are to be processed via ‘NTA/OR,’ which means Notice to Appear/released on Own Recognizance, except for migrants from Russia, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Moldova and Kyrgyzstan – which are ‘mandatory referral’ countries,” the piece noted.

It continued, “There are more than 100 countries in the Eastern Hemisphere, meaning that despite the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and President Biden’s threats of consequences and promises to remove migrants who cross illegally under the new executive order, the overwhelming majority of the migrants in the San Diego sector are being released into the U.S.”

One senior Border Patrol official spoke with Fox reporter Bill Melugin, explaining that this was a localized guidance sent out to the San Diego sector only due to the set of unique countries they encountered.

“The official said this is not U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) or DHS guidance for the entire border. The CBP official said even if these migrants are released into the U.S., they still are not eligible for asylum and cannot request it,” Fox disclosed.

There are quite a few nations the government calls “recalcitrant” that will not offer any sort of cooperation with deportation flights and are refusing to take back the citizens that entered our nation illegally. In other words, they are washing their hands of these folks and essentially saying they are now our problem. Wonderful, right?

“In a DHS background call with reporters on Friday, the agency acknowledged that it’s difficult for them to remove certain Eastern Hemisphere countries but that they are working with them, including China, to gain cooperation,” the report said.

“The border official pointed out that, while the San Diego sector is encountering large numbers from the Eastern Hemisphere who are being released with a court date because their home countries won’t cooperate with deportations, two thirds of the encounters in the San Diego sector are from easy to remove Western Hemisphere countries – large numbers of which are being placed into expedited removal – including Colombia and Ecuador. Thousands of illegal immigrants from these Western Hemisphere countries have already been removed or returned since the order went into effect, the official added,” Fox News divulged.

The Border Patrol official remarked that they all realize it will take a lot of time to properly implement the executive order President Biden signed last week, noting they will still keep engaging with those nations that are uncooperative to try and get them to start taking their people back.

“They also acknowledged that a lot of these Eastern Hemispheric counties will continue to be released in the San Diego sector until those agreements are worked out and said there is only so much they can do with an executive order,” Fox News added. “Video recorded by Fox News continues to show Border Patrol buses releasing hundreds of migrants at a trolley station in San Diego almost daily.”

The executive order that was signed into law last week will temporarily suspend the entry of illegal aliens trying to cross the border, but only after the number of daily encounters goes up over 2,500 a day for a seven day period. It also increases the standards for qualifying for asylum.

“The rule does not apply to legal immigrants, unaccompanied children or to those judged to be ‘victims of severe forms of trafficking.’ It also doesn’t apply to those who schedule an appointment on the CBP One app at a port of entry, where about 1,500 enter each day,” the article detailed.

A huge exception is that the law allows illegals into the country “based on the totality of the circumstances, including consideration of significant law enforcement, officer and public safety, urgent humanitarian and public health interests that warrant permitting the noncitizen to enter.”

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