The president and his administration moved quickly to dismantle immigration enforcement measures put into place by former President Donald Trump, opening up the border to more illegal aliens and noncitizens.
Unattended migrants continue to rush the border after Biden ended Trump's "Remain in Mexico" policy and other measures to reduce the flow of noncitizens crossing the border.
Under Biden, the Department of Homeland Security ordered Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to stop targeting illegal aliens for removal unless they pose gang involvement or significant criminal charges. ICE cases are also subject to review, slowing, or reversing enforcement actions.
Criminal illegal aliens are also getting released from prison as a result of Biden's new "sanctuary country" orders.