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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently released a statement regarding the decision by a federal judge to halt the execution of Title 42.
According to the Nov. 15 news release, DHS is committed to enforcing immigration laws at the border. It also reported the U.S. Department of Justice is filing an unopposed stay motion.
“The delay in the implementation of the court’s order will allow the government to prepare for an orderly transition to new policies at the border," the news release reported. "But to be clear, under the unopposed motion, Title 42 would remain in place for some period."
DHS noted they will "prepare for an orderly transition to new policies at the border" during the freeze, according to the release.
“We know that smugglers will lie to try to take advantage of vulnerable migrants, putting lives at risk," the release said. "We continue to work with countries throughout the Western Hemisphere to take enforcement actions against the smuggling networks that entice migrants to take the dangerous and often deadly journey to our land borders and to address the root causes of irregular migration that are challenging our hemisphere as a whole."