nearvideo a California Federal judge blocks Trump the new asylum restrictions
New White House rules, directed against asylum fraud were stopped by a San Francisco district judge, William La Jeunesse has the details.
A Federal appeals court sided with the trump administration on Friday in a dispute over his efforts to limit asylum claims from Central America – blocking, for now, a Federal block-wide injunction, the implementation of the rule.
Last month, a California Federal judge blocked the rule would require that migrants for the first time they apply, in one of the countries that you pass through on your way to the USA, with certain exceptions. The rule is tailored to the destination of Central Americans from the Northern triangle ” of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, which would be traveling in several countries, including Mexico, before they claim asylum in the United States
A FEDERAL COURT HAS BLOCKED THE TRUMP OF ASYLUM-KEEPING RULES, HOURS AFTER THE JUDGE RULED RESTRICTIONS
But the San Francisco federal appeals court for the 9th Circuit on Friday ruled that the injunction imposed by the California Federal judge may only for States within the jurisdiction of the court in the West of the United States, The judgment says that the court failed to discuss why a nationwide injunction was necessary to remedy the damage, allegedly due to this immigration advocacy groups in the lawsuit.
“The district court clearly erred failing to consider whether nationwide the relief is necessary to remedy the plaintiff’s harms claims,” the ruling says. “And, based on the limited record before us, we do not believe that a Federal justified-wide injunction is.”
9. Circuit hears oral arguments on Oct. 1 on the merits of the claim against the asylum policy.
The ruling is the latest in a series of legal battles, the administration is fighting on multiple fronts in the question of immigration and asylum. The administration has said that in order to counter the escalating crisis on the border, the loopholes, the limitation on how long can the government detain, the family, and who claim to asylum will be closed to.
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This month, a Federal judge ruled that the government can’t stop immigrants to ask for asylum in the United States, even if they crossed the border illegally, the decision is that it conflicts with the law, as of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act.
Last month, Trump announced a “safe third country” deal with Guatemala would require that immigrants apply to the cross in the country of asylum, instead of to the US border. However, that also faces court challenges, both in Guatemala and the United States