Title 42 is a pandemic-policy regarding folks looking for asylum. Specifically, refugees. The whole idea of it was supposed to be border management enforcement streamlined. But really, it hadn’t done much to stop repetitive border crossings. Plus, there had been plenty of loopholes found in Title 42. Thus, allowing for cartels and smugglers at the border, while innocent migrants would themselves be stuck in dangerous scenarios. As a result, it had totally been a failure for it’s lack of legitimacy. The craziest thing about Title 42 is how it stopped migrants with dignity from having a secure border to keep them safe. In fact, the oddest thing about the policy was how it only lessened order at the border. Therefore, placing migrants in danger, for the benefit of smugglers and cartels.
Many migrants had been expelled under Title 42, while many others had been exempted from the policy for humanitarian reasons, or even because of where they came from in regards to their home countries. It’s a true shame, being that neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden could make it work for the migrants in need of a secure asylum.
So thinking of the end of Title 42 may provide some with a positive feeling in it’s own design.
Border Patrol could very well be overcrowding with near thousands of individuals that seek asylum. Additionally, unaccompanied children may be stuck in short-term Border Patrol detention facilities. Such an influx could only offer delays in protections for asylum seekers and exhausts in regards to overwhelmed border agents and local border communities.
To have the solutions that are in requirement for collaborative border solutions could prove useful. But for that to properly happen, Democrats and Republicans in Congress have to come together for necessary fixes to the immigration system, such as well-addressed border security and management. With no proper reform, the border infrastructure may keep being strained by security, logistics and humanitarian complications. Congress has to reform the immigration system in order to properly deal with modern migration patterns. Therefore, modernizing other aspects of immigration laws. Congress therefore needs to act right away.
It’s just a shame that this affects the greater population of migrants. It’s not fair that they are totally skewed by the way the American government isn’t being totally accountable for their own shortcomings. So to have to suffer when immigration law is ever so confusing, must be troubling for the migrants.