AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Twenty states with GOP attorneys general sued the Biden administration Tuesday over a major immigration policy change that would reject more migrants but still allow 360,000 people to legally enter each year from Cuba , Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela. .
The lawsuit, filed in Texas federal court, accuses the Biden administration of “arbitrarily” imposing the recent changes and exceeding its authority. Among those who have led the process is Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who previously managed to temporarily stop new immigration. ruled under President Joe Biden.