The trial of the “Biden program” has ended, what verdict?

As announced, the trial against the humanitarian parole program called Humanitarian Parole launched by President Joe Biden on January 6, started this Thursday, August 24, 2023 and lasted days. However, the verdict is not yet in.

After the two-day trial in a Texas court between the twenty (20) Republican states and the immigration institutions of the United States against which these twenty states filed a complaint, the Republican judge in charge of the case, Drew Tipton , declared not to be able to make a decision, because many are the States affirming that the humanitarian program of parole reduced the flow of illegal migrants on the American borders, in particular the border with Mexico.

Judge Tipton informs that he will announce his decision soon, without specifying the exact date. In the meantime, the humanitarian parole program “Humanitarian parole”, launched last January by the Biden-Harris administration to try to curb the flow of migrants at the border between the United States and Mexico and the wave of Haitian refugees and Cubans attempting to reach the United States through the Florida Strait, will continue to apply for Cubans, Haitians, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans.

Recall that a week ago, the states of New York, California, Connecticut, Delaware and 11 other states and the District of Columbia submitted a friend of the court brief asking Judge Tipton, in charge of the case, to reject the request to stop the Biden program, explaining that by giving a favorable response to the 20 Republican states, the beneficiaries of the program from Haiti, Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela, will face social and economic consequences, which would lead to family separations and expose these migrants to the risk of being deported to their countries of origin, which are facing extreme social, political and economic instability.

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