U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, Subcommittee on National Security, the Border and Foreign Affairs
This hearing examines the failure of the Biden Administration to detain most illegal aliens during removal proceedings and how backlogs and adjudication delays have incentivized hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens to file insufficient claims to obtain work authorization and to buy time in the U.S..
Compared to 2019, all employment growth has gone to the foreign-born
Comparing the fourth quarter of 2019 to the fourth quarter of 2023 shows 2.7 million more people working in the United States — 2.9 million more immigrants (legal and illegal) and 183,000 fewer U.S.-born Americans.
A United Nations-led “Regional Refugee and Migrant Response Plan (RMRP)” calls for more than 200 nonprofit groups to dole out $1.6 billion in cash debit cards, food, clothing, medical treatment, shelter, and even “humanitarian transportation” during 2024 to millions of U.S.-bound immigrants in 17 Latin American nations and Mexico.
Official data from ICE reveals that the Biden administration has arrested and removed significantly fewer criminal aliens than the Trump administration. Contrary to Secretary Mayorkas's claim, public safety and national security have been significantly undermined by the Biden administration’s reckless policies, and the threats the administration has created will continue to inflict damage on American society for many years to come.