Under a parole release, migrants are rapidly released into the country, do not get an alien registration number and do not receive a court date. The Biden administration has told migrants that it will not be easier to enter the U.S. once the order drops as there will be stiffer penalties until Title 8. The state of Florida successfully sued the Biden administration in March to block a similar policy — "Parole + ATD." On Thursday, Fox Digital reported that Florida sued this week over the latest plan to release migrants into the U.S. interior, saying it is "materially identical" to the policy that the federal court enjoined. "This may include processing migrants for parole to reduce the amount of time they spend in custody."