House Republicans are moving forward with plans to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over his failure to protect the border.

Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark E. Green (R-TN) announced on Wednesday that his committee will be holding a hearing on Mayorkas’ failed leadership and his refusal to enforce the laws passed by Congress. Greene noted that the hearing, set for Jan. 10, is part of impeachment proceedings against Mayorkas.

“For almost three years, the American people have demanded an end to the unprecedented crisis at the Southwest border, and they have also rightly called for Congress to hold accountable those responsible,” Green said in a statement. “That’s why the House Committee on Homeland Security led a comprehensive investigation into the causes, costs, and consequences of this crisis. Our investigation made clear that this crisis finds its foundation in Secretary Mayorkas’ decision-making and refusal to enforce the laws passed by Congress, and that his failure to fulfill his oath of office demands accountability. The bipartisan House vote in November to refer articles of impeachment to my Committee only served to highlight the importance of our taking up the impeachment process—which is what we will begin doing next Wednesday.”

Mayorkas survived a previous impeachment attempt in November after Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) brought a resolution to impeach the Homeland chief.

The Georgia lawmaker accused Mayorkas of “high crimes and misdemeanors” for failing “to secure the border and protect States against invasion” by millions of illegal immigrants.

Greene’s resolution failed after eight House Republicans voted with their Democrat counterpart to save Mayorkas’ job. The House however referred Greene’s resolution to Green’s committee, resulting in the Jan. 10 impeachment hearing.

Greene on Wednesday responded to the impeachment hearing date, saying she is very proud to have led the effort to impeach Mayorkas.

I’m proud to have led the charge to IMPEACH Secretary Mayorkas for months in the House of Representatives.

“Before the House left Washington for Christmas break, I forced a vote on my impeachment resolution that put every member on the record,” Green wrote on X. “Unfortunately, some Republicans joined every single Democrat to block the resolution and save Mayorkas’s job. I reintroduced my resolution the very next week and pulled it only once I was guaranteed we would impeach Mayorkas in January. Well, I’m happy to report that the first official impeachment hearing for Secretary Mayorkas will be taking place next Wednesday!”