A DHS spokesperson confirmed that the Biden administration will soon allow up to 250 “particularly vulnerable” immigrants into the U.S. each day. This is an exception to the current policy that blocks most families and single adult migrants from crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. Already, CBP has allowed roughly 2,000 vulnerable immigrants to enter the U.S. as they await their immigration hearings, according to the ACLU, which is challenging the administration in court to give all migrants that right. Immigrants considered particularly vulnerable include those who are ill, families with very young children or immigrants who have been threatened or attacked while they wait in Mexico.

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Biden to soon admit 250 ‘vulnerable’ migrants into the U.S. daily