Kerry Doyle’s Administrative Amnesty
06/02/2024
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There is some more information out on the ICE SVU and Immigration Court Amnesty that was in the news recently. An old name was in this new information, a name that I have written about, but had forgotten completely, Kerry Doyle. She is the chief attorney of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Office of the Principal Legal Advisor (OPLA), the component of ICE SVU that is supposed to prosecute cases involving illegal aliens before the immigration courts, the Executive Office For Immigration Review (EOIR), but she is a former Treason Bar shyster and is more concerned with releasing illegal aliens that prosecuting them.

The Illegal Alien’s Best Friend, Kerry Doyle

Data shows that since 2022, more than 350,000 asylum cases filed by migrants have been closed by the US government if the applicants don’t have a criminal record or are otherwise not deemed a threat to the country.

This means that while the migrants are not granted or denied asylum—their cases are “terminated without a decision on the merits of their asylum claim”—they are removed from the legal system and no longer required to check in with authorities.

Biden Admin Offers ‘Mass Amnesty’ To Migrants As It Quietly Terminates 350,000 Asylum Cases: Sources, by Jeannie Taer, NY Post, June 2, 2024

Despite the lies that these illegal aliens are fleeing persecution or just coming to work, increasing numbers are turning to crime.

ICE officers add that they have seen an increase in cases of such migrants committing crimes after their asylum cases have been dismissed, forcing agents to restart removal proceedings—which typically take years.

“Please let everyone know what’s really going on,” an ICE officer told The Post.

But the worst aspect of this amnesty, which doesn’t give illegal aliens any legal status, does give the opportunity for illegal aliens to gain some sort of other legal status, which is being trumpeted by the Treason Bar, from which Doyle comes. The Doyle Amnesty even includes ICE OPLA spending resources and time to aid illegal aliens by opening or closing cases so the alien can obtain a benefit before the EOIR or before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

In those cases which OPLA attorneys determine a respondent is eligible for relief and merits discretion, they are encouraged to narrow issues and stipulate to any procedural, factual, or legal issue(s), as appropriate. Importantly, this form of PD is not limited to nonpriority cases—OPLA attorneys are likewise encouraged to exercise such discretion in priority cases, including where a noncitizen appears eligible for mandatory protection from removal via withholding or protection under the Convention Against Torture …

Notably, in considering whether to join motions to reopen, OPLA attorneys should focus on cases where noncitizens are moving to reopen in order to dismiss the case and seek relief before USCIS. While OPLA attorneys may join motions to reopen by respondents seeking to pursue newly available relief before immigration court where the attorneys find the noncitizens qualify both under the law and in their discretion, early engagement with OPLA indicates such joinders will be rare.

ICE Issues Clarifying Memo on Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Court, Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc, April 21, 2024

Here Doyle is making decisions that enrich her former colleagues by providing hundreds of thousands of potential clients to take advantage of her decisions. Hardly ethical, much less legal, since Doyle took an oath to uphold the laws of the United States, not to subvert those laws. Note also that even “priority” cases, those involving dangerous criminals, terrorists, and recent invaders, are eligible for the Doyle Amnesty.

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