It has been over a year since the Mexico border crisis began.
Kamara Harris and latest February 2023 Immigration policy on Mexico border crisis
It has been over a year since the Mexico border crisis began. During this time, the United States has seen an influx of immigrants seeking refuge from their home countries and hoping to create a better life for themselves in America. In recent months, President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris have set their sights on resolving the immigration crisis with a new policy that seeks to tackle the issue at its roots. In this article, we will explore Vice-President Harris’s February 2023 immigration policy proposal and what it may mean for those seeking refuge from Central American countries such as Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador and more. We will also discuss how this could impact our current immigration system here in the US and what it might mean for our future.
Biden and Kamala Harris border crisis out of control in Feb. 2023
It has been two years since Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were elected on a platform that included a promise to get tough on the immigration crisis at the US-Mexico border. And in those two years, the situation has only gotten worse. In February 2023, there were more than 1,000 apprehensions of illegal immigrants at the border every day. The majority of those apprehended are families with children, who are often forced to wait in squalid conditions in detention facilities before being deported back to their home countries. This growing crisis is putting a strain on resources and personnel at the border, and it is clear that something needs to be done. However, the Biden administration has been slow to act, and when they have taken action, it has been insufficient. For example, in March 2021, the administration announced a plan to send $250 million in aid to Central American countries to help address the root causes of migration. But that money has not made its way to those countries yet, and it is unclear if it ever will. In addition to being ineffective, the Biden administration's response to the border crisis has also been callous. In February 2023, Harris visited a detention facility in Texas and was confronted by angry protesters who accused her of not doing enough to help migrants. When asked about the conditions at the facility, Harris simply said that she had not been there long enough to make a judgement. This comment sparked outrage among advocates for migrant rights, who criticized Harris for
Kamala Harris and the Biden Administration have taken a strong stance on the Mexico border crisis. Their February 2023 immigration policy seeks to address both security concerns while also providing humane treatment of asylum-seekers and those seeking refuge in America. This new policy is a positive step forward that will bring much-needed relief to people desperately seeking safety, as well as increasing our national security. We should all be proud of Kamala Harris and President Biden for their commitment to addressing this pressing issue with compassion and strength.