in the vicinityVideoUS makes deal with Mexico that asylum seekers will not be able to the border to cross, before the claims are undisputed
Former acting ICE Director says that the agreement is a big win for the USA
The Supreme Court on Friday, the trump-administration is blocked from now on, the enforcement of a strict new policy on asylum, in a 5-4 decision, which marks the second legal setback this week for the efforts of the immigration rules.
The court denied the in a short written order, a bid to begin enforcing a asylum-ban on all immigrants who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
The decision leaves in place lower, judgments, does not block the administration of automatically refuse asylum to people who go through the official border crossings. An open-ended nationwide injunction on enforcement, issued by a San Francisco-based Federal government asked a judge this week, the justice Department, seek immediate relief from the Supreme court.
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Chief Justice John Roberts provided the critical voice against the administration on Friday, siding with the four liberal justices. New justice Brett Kavanaugh, and three other conservatives on the bench confirmed the said one-sided with the administration, the order.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, to remove, in spite of having surgery in New York on Friday, cancerous nodules in her lungs, apparently voted with the majority to avoid a 4-4 tie.
The current legal challenge where the 9 was in California. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals also recently ruled against the administration and said that the policy was likely to be “not compatible” with the law.
Trump has said he acted in response to the caravans of migrants making their way to the border.
The Supreme Court, comes after a Federal judge in another case took the extraordinary step this week of ordering, that asylum seekers who sued after their deportation back to the U.S., to their demands to hear again.
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U.S. district judge Emmet Sullivan, blocked policy could prevent immigrants, claim to have suffered from gang violence or domestic violence in their countries of origin of asylum-seekers.
The White house said in response, that Wednesday, the ruling “overwhelm our immigration courts with meritless cases, make the existing massive backlog even worse.”
Despite the setbacks in the courts, the administration is moving forward with other changes.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen announced Thursday that the United States, the immigrants are calling for an agreement with Mexico secured in such a way that the asylum will be back to Mexico, as their cases — will be edited in a bid to end the practice known as “catch-and-release.”
Nielsen made the announcement during a House Judiciary Committee hearing, told the Committee that claims the goal is to crack down on migrants falsely asylum, only to be released in the United States and escape the radar of immigration officials.
“But by the time the courts issued their orders, the majority of these illegal aliens in our country,” she said. “They escaped, the law undermined the system and made it more difficult for us to actually help real asylum seekers, by flooding the system with false allegations.”
Fox News’ Adam Shaw and The Associated Press contributed to this report.