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Congressionally established immigration policy has certain narrow carve outs providing discretion to presidents. One of these carve-outs, “immigration parole”, has been abused by presidents of both parties to admit hundreds of thousands of ineligible people from abroad, ignoring the intent of Congress and undermining the Constitution’s separation of powers between the executive and legislative branches.
The Biden administration seems to want to parole in millions. Can presidents simply ignore laws passed by Congress and let into the United States anyone they want?