The Border Dilemma: Biden Makes a U-Turn on Wall and Venezuela Deportations 


In a complete reversal of policy, the Biden administration announced its decision to extend the controversial US-Mexico border wall and resume Venezuela deportations of migrants.

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The dramatic moves reflect the growing political pressure to address the immigration crisis currently gripping the nation.

As the number of immigrants residing in the US without legal documentation surges to an estimated 11 million, President Joe Biden finds himself navigating treacherous waters. And sagging approval ratings and mounting calls for action seem to be driving the u-turn policy.

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Venezuela Deportations

Washington’s announcement came on October 5th, two weeks after Biden extended temporary legal status to an estimated 472,000 Venezuelans living in the United States. The announcement cited “extraordinary” circumstances. And that “the conditions in their home country prevent their safe return”.