Border guards in the United States were ordered to deport illegal immigrants from only 6 post-Soviet countries; migrants from other countries in Europe and Asia are allowed into the States - ForumDaily
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Border guards in the United States were ordered to deport illegal immigrants from only 6 post-Soviet countries; migrants from other countries in Europe and Asia are allowed into the States

Border guards in California were instructed to immediately deport illegal migrants from 6 countries: Georgia, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Representatives from the rest of the Eastern Hemisphere, which includes more than 100 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Australia, are allowed to stay in the United States while their cases are pending, reports FoxNews.

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The internal document directs agents along the San Diego area to release single adults from all but six countries in the Eastern Hemisphere, which should be classified as "difficult" or "very difficult" to remove.

"Only adults migrants from Georgia, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will be immediately sent for deportation from the United States,” the memorandum says.

It is on the section of the border in the San Diego area that most illegal migrants from countries in the Eastern Hemisphere arrive.

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The memo was sent after US President Joe's executive order went into effect last week. Biden banning asylum for most illegal immigrants.

Biden has introduced a temporary ban on asylum in the United States for migrants crossing the border illegally with Mexico. The corresponding measure will only come into force when the number of illegal border crossings exceeds a certain limit.

Rule for one section of the border

A senior Border Patrol official said this is a localized guidance issued for the San Diego sector only because of the unique countries they encounter there.

The official said these guidelines are not for the entire border.

He noted that even if these migrants are allowed into the United States, they still do not have the right to asylum and will not be able to ask for it.

A Border Patrol spokesman said they are "clearly aware" that Biden's order will take some time to implement. The agency will continue to interact with countries that refuse to cooperate in the return of their citizens.

Exceptions to Biden's order

The executive order will temporarily halt migrant entry at the southern border once the average number of crossings exceeds 2500 per day for seven days, officials said.

However, there are a number of significant exceptions to this rule.

This rule does not apply to legal immigrants, unaccompanied children and “victims of severe forms of human trafficking.” It will not affect those who make appointments using the CBP One app at the port of entry, where about 1500 people enter each day.

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There is also an exception for those who are granted entry “based on a totality of circumstances, including consideration of compelling law enforcement, public safety, compelling humanitarian, and public health interests, that justify allowing entry to non-citizens.”

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