Armstrong Economics Blog/Rule of Law Re-Posted Jun 8, 2021 by Martin Armstrong
The Supreme Court just ruled unanimously on Monday that immigrants allowed to stay in the United States temporarily for humanitarian reasons may not apply for green cards if they had entered the country unlawfully. In this case, Sanchez v. Mayorkas, No. 20-315, Jose Sanchez and Sonia Gonzalez, natives of El Salvador, entered the United States unlawfully in the late 1990s. This case will impact at least tens of thousands of immigrants.
I am sure the Democrats will have a serious problem with this decision. They have allowed people to pour in from Mexico hoping that they will vote for them which is why they have eliminated any ID to vote. This decision makes it clear that only people who have entered the country legally can apply for a green card and citizenship.