May 8, 2023
By Jennie Taer and Jason Piccolo
The looming end of Title 42, a Trump-era public health order used to expel certain illegal migrants, will lead to the implosion of the U.S. immigration court system as more migrants pour over the southern border amid a massive court backlog, according to experts who spoke with the Daily Caller News Foundation and recent data showing the extent of the immigration court backlog.
Title 42, which is set to end May 11, is a public health order that was most recently invoked by the Trump administration during the COVID-19 pandemic that’s resulted in more than 2.7 million expulsions at the southern border. The years-long backlog and staffing shortages of immigration judges, combined with a surge of migrants expected to pour over the southern border when the Trump-era order ends will collapse the system, according to the experts who spoke with the DCNF.
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