Chris Lange, FISM News
With much of the world’s attention laser focused on Russia’s war on Ukraine, the Biden administration is covertly preparing to broaden illegal immigrant protections and provide American jobs to migrants claiming to be “stateless.”
The USCIS branch of the Department of Homeland Security on Friday issued an invitation for a March 8 “listening session” on the topic of “stateless” migrants.
“U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services [USCIS] invites you to participate in a listening session … for stakeholders to provide individual feedback on immigration protection for stateless individuals living in the United States,” the DHS said.
The invite comes amid heavy lobbying from pro-migration groups who want the White House to expand protections for illegal immigrants who claim to have no national home, according to Breitbart. The campaign is emblematized by United Stateless, which is funded by various pro-migration groups including Ben & Jerry’s, Steve Jobs’ billionaire widow, and George Soros’ Open Society Foundations.
“They’re creating something that appears to be humanitarian in an attempt to increase immigration by any means necessary,” former ICE chief of staff Jon Feere told Breitbart.
“Obviously, there is a humanitarian aspect to a person who is truly stateless, and these are rare. But if DHS builds up their infrastructure around the concept of statelessness, I have no doubt that suddenly they will be able to discover a lot more people who claim to be stateless,” Feere continued, adding that migrants “respond to messaging, and if the message is, ‘The United States is going to allow you to work here and live here, even in unlawful status,’ more people will arrive unlawfully.”
Ahead of the USCIS invite, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas laid the groundwork for the “stateless” initiative.
“Statelessness presents significant humanitarian concerns that require a careful and thoughtful response specifically tailored to the distinct and diverse needs of stateless persons,” Mayorkas said in a December 15 statement. “DHS is committed to … enhance recognition of, and protections for, vulnerable populations, including stateless individuals within the United States,” he continued.
The United Stateless group promotes a new version of America as a stateless utopia where group members are self-described “experts of their own experience” who “embrace bold inclusivity over the racism, religious discrimination, xenophobia, prejudice, and gender inequality that divide humanity and perpetuate statelessness.”
The group demands that Americans “create a process to provide a path to U.S. Citizenship for all stateless people who qualify and reside in the U.S., regardless of immigration status.”
The effort is the latest push by the Biden administration to create another loophole to open America’s doors to illegal immigrants looking for U.S. jobs. Officials are also inviting foreign migrants into the U.S. under a myriad of claims including family reunification from long-ago disasters or military defeats. They are also currently developing legal arguments to admit migrants claiming to be “climate refugees.”
Federal law limits the inflow of legal immigrants into the United States to about one million per year, but roughly one million additional migrants were admitted by the Biden administration in 2021. This was done under claims that some immigrants were not covered by federal laws requiring detainment until such time as their asylum claims are decided.
The administration continues to remain tight-lipped on the exact number of illegal immigrants it has released into the U.S., but the number is estimated to be close to 160,000 since March of 2021, according to the New York Post.