A federal judge has prevented President Joe Biden’s administration from limiting ICE arrests, detentions, and deportation.

District of Ohio On Tuesday, Judge Michael Newman ruled in a lawsuit filed by Republican Attorneys General of Arizona, Montana, and Ohio.

According to The Washington Examiner, a judge ordered a preliminary injunction preventing the president from enforcing the new rules.

In a strategy that prioritizes particular high-risk noncitizens for capture and deportation, DHS allegedly evaded Congress’s immigration enforcement obligations, the judge said. Apparently necessary laws must be understood flexibly to allow effective law enforcement, DHS says.

To achieve resource allocation and enforcement aims, may the Executive override unambiguous congressional command? “No, not here,” he replied.

Three state attorneys general sued the Biden administration in November 2021 over the policy adjustment, claiming it “dramatically restricts the hands of immigration authorities, preventing practically all deportations.”

That month, the Department of Homeland Security released permanent rules limiting who ICE might arrest and thereby deport. Immigrants who had entered the country unlawfully before November 2020 had to be granted authorization to be arrested.

Knudsen congratulated The Washington Examiner on his triumph.

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“This is a huge win for law enforcement, border security, and public safety. “President Biden’s open border policies enable Mexican gangs to transport narcotics into our nation, contributing to the rise in violent crime,” he stated. “I hope the Biden administration will obey the court decision and start deporting illegal immigrants who have past criminal convictions.”

After our office challenged the Biden Administration’s unconstitutional policies, a federal court today banned almost all deportations. Our office has been leading the fight for the rule of law this year. “Arizona deserves better,” Brnovich tweeted.

“We defeated the Biden Administration’s non-enforcement regulations on immigration at a national juncture! While Congress and the law were being ignored, DHS declared its permanent internal immigration enforcement strategy in late September.

Because of this, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) refused to hold and deport dangerous criminals, as well as those who had previously gone through the whole court process and lost. Secretary Mayorkas claimed to have radically altered immigration enforcement in the interior of the United States during his leadership. He was being honest: he had.

According to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, “the federal district court fundamentally reversed it back today.”


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Disasters have occurred because of DHS’s policy. In comparison to the 186,089 people deported over the same time period in 2019, the DHS has only removed 18,713 people during this time period in 2021.

No, this is an abdication policy, not a prioritizing strategy. Immigration enforcement is now “a joke,” and “the border situation has only worsened,” he claimed. “It has raised by thousands the number of dangerous and criminal immigrants in the United States.”

An important step forward for the rule of law and common sense in the fight against illegal immigration.”

This regulation was challenged in the Southern District of Ohio by the states of Ohio Arizona and Montanna,” he stated.

Immigrant arrests and deportations fell by more than 75% in the fiscal year 2021, compared to the record-high figures witnessed under the Obama administration. On the other hand, the Biden administration deported 59,011 noncitizens in 2021. In 2011, over 400,000 noncitizens were deported, down 85% under Biden, The Post said.