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Controversial CBP One App That Allows Migrants To Enter US Each Day Through Online ‘Appointments’, Received Backlash And Lawsuits

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Controversial CBP One App That Allows Migrants To Enter US Each Day Through Online ‘Appointments’, Received Backlash And Lawsuits In the Photo: Migrants lining up in U.S.-Mexico Boarder Photo From: REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

A total of around 1,450 migrants can now US each day through the controversial CBP One app. Migrants can now input their data and schedule an appointment online through mobile application.

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Controversial CBP One App That Allows Migrants To Enter US Each Day Through Online ‘Appointments’, Received Backlash And Lawsuits
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Controversial CBP One App That Allows 1,450 Migrants To Enter US Each Day

Amidst the growing number of lawsuits and legal challenges against the use of the controversial CBP One app, the number of migrants allowed to enter are still increasing. Nearly 50% increase had been observed since the Title 42 ended last May. From 1,000 migrants per day, the figures jumped to 1,450 each day.

When the Title 42 ended, around 49,000 migrants already have their ‘appointments’ booked through the controversial CBP One app. Migrants from Haiti, Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua are eligible to apply using the controversial CBP One app through humanitarian parole.

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Law Suits Vs Controversial CBP One App

Republicans have objected using the controversial CBP One app since it was announced saying that the process is an abuse of the parole power. According to them, a case-by-case basis for urgent humanitarian reason should be required for the legal entry of these migrants.

A total of 18 states have come forward to challenge the Asylum rule and some of these states had file lawsuit. They believe that this initiative will just increase ‘unlawful aliens’ in America.

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