NEW: Biden To Reward ILLEGALS – This Will Anger Voters!

( – Although voters placе immigration as one of their top concerns, Joe Biden is willing to anger them in order to reward the millions of illegals that he has let into America during his tenure.

Next week, Biden will host a White House celebration of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which was established under President Obama to protect young illegals from deportation.

At the same time, his administration is reportedly crafting measures to extend similar protections to other groups without legal status.

White House officials are fine-tuning a proposal that would use Biden’s executive authority to prevent the deportation of spouses of U.S. citizens who are in the country illegally.

The plan would also offer them work permits and make their journey toward permanent residency and citizenship easier.

This proposal is under active consideration, and while it could be revealed as early as next week, no firm decisions have been made regarding what Biden will announce.

The infamous “parole-in-place” strategy would not only shield eligible illegals from deportation but also provide them with a clearer route to a green card and citizenship.

This mechanism has been previously utilized for families of U.S. military members who lack legal status.

The new proposal’s specifics might limit eligibility to spouses of American citizens who have lived in the U.S. for at least five or ten years.

These details were shared by sources familiar with the White House’s plans, who requested anonymity due to the sensitivity of the discussions.

According to the immigrant advocacy group, about 1.1 million illegals married to American citizens could be affected by this policy.

Additionally, advocates are calling for the White House to extend benefits to illegals who perform caregiving roles for American family members.

In the middle of these policy considerations, the White House has scheduled an event to mark the 12th anniversary of DACA, an initiative that began in 2012 to shield young illegals known as “dreamers” from deportation.

These potential policy shifts and celebrations occur as Biden continues to navigate a huge crisis at the southern border due to his open-border stance.

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