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While they process your application you are given access... These applications could be for political or humanitarian grounds...

It is meant to take 6 months but the backlog has it at two years.


And yes they have a right to a lawyer and there day in court... US is rejects considerably way higher than the international norm.

You really don't know the constitution, everyone who arrives has the right of due process and have the same rights in the Constitution...

You are a simpleton guilty of over-simplified rhetoric

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How those rights play out in practice is more complex.

Right to due process​

What the law says: The Fifth Amendment states that “no person … shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.”

The issue of due process is at the heart of many immigration cases, including Reno v. Flores, the 1993 Supreme Court case that has returned to the spotlight with the surge in family separations. The case led to an agreement requiring the government to release children to their parents, a relative or a licensed program within 20 days.

In the ruling, Justice Antonin Scalia wrote “it is well established that the Fifth Amendment entitles aliens to due process of law in deportation proceedings.”

How it works in practice: Immigrants have the right to due process. But in reality, says, Andrew Arthur, a resident fellow in law and policy at the conservative Center for Immigration Studies, “courts of law run the gamut.”

In some cases, immigrants are not granted a hearing at all.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders pointed to the process of “expedited removal,” which was created by the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996.

“Just because you don’t see a judge doesn’t mean you aren’t receiving due process,” Sanders said.

Under the expedited removal process, immigrants who have been in the country illegally for less than two years and are apprehended within 100 miles of the border can be deported almost immediately without going through a court hearing.

The exception is asylum seekers, who must be granted a hearing.

Those who are not processed through expedited removal have the right to due process in an immigration court, where the main goal is to decide whether a person has a legal claim to remain in the U.S.

“In immigration court, you have very few rights,” said John Gihon, an immigration attorney who spent six years as a prosecutor for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement before moving into private practice.

Gihon says the bar for what constitutes evidence is lax in immigration court. Documents do not have to be authenticated, and hearsay, a statement made by someone outside of the court, as opposed to on the witness stand, counts as admissible evidence. Hearsay is not allowed in most U.S. courts.

“In the majority of cases, it’s a lock solid 100 percent guaranteed conviction because there is little defense, and most would confess they crossed the border illegally,” Gihon said.

The right to legal counsel​

What the law says: The Sixth Amendment states that “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall…have the assistance of counsel for his defense.”

The Supreme Court ruled in the 1963 case Gideon v Wainwright that if a person is too poor to hire an attorney, the government must appoint one.

How it works in practice: Because most deportation proceedings are civil rather than criminal cases, the right to legal counsel often doesn’t apply.

Under the law, anyone facing a criminal charge has the right to counsel. However, the government is only required to provide counsel if the person is accused of a felony. Crossing the border illegally is a misdemeanor.





 
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No...dumbass....obviously you do not know what the law is.

All those who want to come here may apply for political asylum which does not mean it will be granted....oh my bad I forgot the biden regime is approving everyone.

Under the law however.....the only people who automatically get political asylum in the USA are the cubans as in if they can manage to get ashore they automatically get political asylum.

Unless the law as been changed.

After checking I find that policy was changed under Obama.

The wet-foot, dry-foot policy, which since 1995 has granted Cubans who touch American soil a privilege not afforded other immigrants who come without a visa: the right to stay and get on a fast track to citizenship.

This special treatment ended this week when, in the final days of his administration, President Obama announced an abrupt end to the policy, a capstone to his two-year-old effort to re-establish relations with Cuba. Effective immediately, Cubans arriving on U.S. soil without a visa will be treated just like any other immigrant. They will be turned away.

But everything has changed under Biden....who essentially is not enforcing any law on illegal immigration....what we have under biden is essentially open-borders.

 
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SCOTUS recently made a ruling that Biden had to honor the laws on immigration

So he violated it once again, in their face.

So where are the checks and balances or does King Biden not have to answer to them?
He doesn’t believe he does.
 

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I wish they would, don't you?

No, not really. We actually kind of need immigrants. White people didn't have enough babies to continue supporting the workforce, so we need immigrants to fill in the gaps.

People who are grateful to be here would actually be a good thing.
 
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No, not really. We actually kind of need immigrants. White people didn't have enough babies to continue supporting the workforce, so we need immigrants to fill in the gaps.

People who are grateful to be here would actually be a good thing.
How do you know all of them are happy to be here?
 
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The fact that they are still here.... otherwise, they'd just go home.
That’s as weak as saying that the 12,400 released into the US with a NTA, are not here to stay….No vetting, No testing, No shots…All done because the optics were horrible for Joe.
 

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That’s as weak as saying that the 12,400 released into the US with a NTA, are not here to stay….No vetting, No testing, No shots…All done because the optics were horrible for Joe.

No, the optics of black people being whipped by men on horseback were bad for America, not Biden.
 
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No, the optics of black people being whipped by men on horseback were bad for America, not Biden.
Nobody was being whipped…that is a lie.
 

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No, the optics of black people being whipped by men on horseback were bad for America, not Biden.
Fucj you, there were no blacks being whipped by the border patrol on horseback, Continue with your provn false narrative
 
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Prove it.

“[A]gents use their reins for a lot of reasons. Primarily it’s used to steer the horse, but agents will also spin them sometimes to deter people from getting too close to the horse. If they get too close, the horse can step on them, breaking bones or causing other injuries. Agents also need to maintain control of their reins to avoid losing control of the horse, which can cause injuries to immigrants, the agents, and the horses.”

 

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Good. They should have left all of Trump's border orders in effect. If they had we wouldn't have a million new illegals roaming the country. Illegals that cost we tax payers billions each year.

Bidung and his administration of fucking imbeciles who don't give a flying shit for America or Americans. Idiots one and all.
 

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Ever had or ridden a horse you idiot??

I've had horses for 40 years. Reins can get in the way just like they did for the Border patrolman. He wasn't whipping anyone you fucking moron. The reins were flying all over cause he changed direction the grab that illegal asshole. You won't see those reins landing on anyone. What a biased dumbass you are.
 

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Ever had or ridden a horse you idiot??

I've had horses for 40 years. Reins can get in the way just like they did for the Border patrolman. He wasn't whipping anyone you fucking moron. The reins were flying all over cause he changed direction the grab that illegal asshole. You won't see those reins landing on anyone. What a biased dumbass you are.
You know I don't believe a word you say, right?
 

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The optics at Del Rio TX was becoming a problem for this administration. So, what was their answer to address the problem?

Let em go.

Is that what those who supported Biden wanted?

Any country that has a generous welfare system can not have an open border. However, that is what this administration just signaled. By caving to optics and releasing them instead of deporting them, what they’ve told the world is, just overwhelm the system with numbers and you can come in.

This is pathetic…
Yup

Remember they told us they were being MASS DEPORTED. Not only did Biden lie but the fake media lived up to their moniker by regurgitating it.
 
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