Arizona argues that 1,000 people escape immigration authorities into the U.S. every day
State Attorney General Arizona, Mark Brnovich sued the US government to stop Construction of the border wall with Mexico According to reports this Monday, the plan has ended and the plan known as the “Mexico Trip” has ended.
Arizona requires the federal court to reverse these decisions of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) because it violates the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
The prosecutor argued that the Department of Homeland Security suddenly stopped its environmental intervention, but failed to provide an environmental impact statement. Boundary wall construction, Former President Donald Trump (Donald Trump) star project, Republicans like him.
And it also allows immigrants to enter the country by terminating the immigration program Immigration Protection Agreement (MPP), also known as “still in Mexico”.
Within the framework of Trump’s policies, 70,000 asylum seekers Since reaching the U.S. border in 2019, they have returned to Mexico, but Biden cancelled the plan and began to allow approximately 25,000 people to begin entering the U.S., waiting for their solution Asylum application domestic.
Arizona argues that these decisions have increased the flow of immigration and therefore the population, and the lawsuit has shown that “population growth has had a significant impact on the environment.”
In the first official action on January 20, the president ordered a temporary suspension Construction of the border wall with Mexico.
According to Brnovich, this left an unplanned gap between the various parts of the border wall, thus encouraging illegal immigration.
The direct consequence of these infrastructure “gap” is that immigrants are increasingly entering Arizona.
The Arizona Attorney’s Office noted that the source stated that approximately 1,000 people evade immigration authorities and enter the U.S. every day Because of these gaps in the boundary wall.
Arizona He argued that since Biden ordered the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to end the MPP in February last year, thousands of immigrants have been allowed to enter and he will remain in the country even if their asylum applications are rejected.
Arizona believes that the current government has not considered Housing needs, These immigrants’ infrastructure, hospitals and schools and their impact on the environment.
Therefore, New York State requires the court to suspend these measures until DHS meets this environmental analysis requirement.