U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris was dubbed the immigration czar for the Biden administration. Photo by Jim Vondruska/Getty Images

On Thursday, hours before Title 42 was scheduled to come to an end, a busload of migrants from Texas arrived at Vice President Kamala Harris' residence in Washington, DC.

According to NBC News, more than 30 migrants, including men, women, and children from Venezuela, were left outside the U.S. Naval Observatory, which houses the vice president's official residence.

The bus was the second to arrive at the Naval Observatory in less than 24 hours; the first vehicle dropped off roughly 40 people, according to the source.

Since last year, Texas has been transporting immigrants to Harris' residence and other liberal hotspots in an effort to highlight the difficulties border states are facing as a result of the immigration problem and refute the Biden administration's assertions that the border is secure.

As of last week, 1,249 migrants from 370 families were housed at three local hotels, according to a statement from the District's Department of Human Services.

The Title 42 immigration policy, which permitted law enforcement to swiftly expulse refugees without first granting them an asylum hearing, was set to expire just hours after the buses arrived, New York Post reported.

With the repeal of Title 42, President Biden conceded on Tuesday that the U.S.-Mexico border will be "chaotic for a while."

The government would let vetted migrants who cannot be processed by overworked border authorities enter due to the anticipated rise in border crossers.

The Post discovered that some asylum seekers are being assigned immigration court dates that are more than ten years away and are already being permitted to enter the country.

To prevent the widespread release of immigrants into the U.S. following the expiration of Title 42, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration on Thursday in federal court.

In order to stop the anticipated flood, Moody is requesting a temporary restraining order. He claims that Biden's current parole policy is identical to one that was overturned by a federal judge last month.

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