ICYMI| Finally, the Supreme Court makes a decision based on the Constitution and for the security of the American people.
Without a border and the ability to police it the United States will cease to exist. Finally we are getting some pushback on Democrats’ plan to flood the United States will illegals that they keep under their thumb with our money …
Cassandra Fairbanks of The Gateway Pundit explains:
‘The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled against allowing illegal aliens that have temporary protected status to apply for permanent residency.
The court determined that federal immigration law prohibits TPS recipients from seeking green cards if they entered the country illegally.
Immigrants are required to have been “inspected and admitted or paroled” in the U.S. before they would be eligible to apply for permanent residency, which prohibits illegal aliens.
There are currently 400,000 people from 12 countries with TPS status in the US.
“The TPS program gives foreign nationals nonimmigrant status, but it does not admit them. So the conferral of TPS does not make an unlawful entrant…eligible” for a green card, Justice Elena Kagan wrote.
The Associated Press reports that Kagan noted the House of Representatives has already has passed legislation that would make it possible for TPS recipients to become permanent residents, but the bill faces uncertain prospects in the Senate.
“Monday’s decision does not affect immigrants with TPS who initially entered the U.S. legally and then, say, overstayed their visa, Kagan noted. Because those people were legally admitted to the country and later were given humanitarian protections, they can seek to become permanent residents,” the report states.’
Newsmax confirmed the story:
‘The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to let immigrants who have been permitted to stay in the United States on humanitarian grounds apply to become permanent residents if they entered the country illegally, siding with President Joe Biden’s administration.
The justices, acting in an appeal by a married couple from El Salvador who were granted so-called Temporary Protected Status, unanimously upheld a lower court ruling that barred their applications for permanent residency, also known as a green card, because of their unlawful entry.
The case could affect thousands of immigrants, many of whom have lived in the United States for years. Biden, who has sought to reverse many of his Republican predecessor Donald Trump’s hardline immigration policies, had opposed the immigrants in this case, placing the president at odds with immigration advocacy groups and some of his fellow Democrats.
A federal law called the Immigration and Nationality Act generally requires that people seeking to become permanent residents have been “inspected and admitted” into the United States. At issue in the case was whether a grant of Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which gives the recipient “lawful status,” satisfies those requirements.’