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New rule is trying on immigration loopholes; Ray Bogan reported from Washington, DC
A Federal judge ruled on Wednesday to leave trump the administrative rule that restrictions on those seeking asylum in the United States, if you went through a third country on the way to the border between the United States and Mexico, potentially leads to a strong reduction of the Central American migrants in the country.
The rule, published in the Federal Register last week, is in need of people who apply for asylum for the first time they apply, in one of the countries you pass through on your way to the USA, with a few exceptions. The rule was quickly met with a legal challenge from advocacy groups, the block short-hand for a preliminary injunction, the rule. After a hearing in Washington, DC, federal court, District Judge Timothy J. Kelly that the motion be denied. The rule will remain in force for the duration of the case, unless the decision is appealed to a successful appeal.
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“We are disappointed with the court’s decision today,” said Claudia Cubas, litigation in the direction of the capital area immigrants rights coalition.
Kelly, who was appointed to the bench by President Trump said, the immigrant advocate groups, which was not enough to show the claim that their work would be damaged irreparably if the policy is moved to the front.
With certain exceptions, the rule, the persons concerned are to apply for, and are being refused asylum in another country, to apply in the USA, this does not mean that migrants from the Central American Nations, travelling through Mexico – which make a considerable part of the last asylum seekers entitled, in America, if you are refused asylum before asylum in Mexico or any other country applied for, through crossed and were.
The new rule, there are exceptions in certain cases of human trafficking.
The rule is intended to comes to cracking down on asylum-seekers in the United States to escape more for economic reasons than persecution, in their homeland. Administration officials say this could help to close the gap, between the original asylum screening that most people do not happen, the final decision on asylum, that the majority of people will win. The goal in part is for speeding up the investigations in these cases.
The policy follows the Trump administration, the protection of migrants protocols, commonly referred to as the “stay in Mexico” policy. Under this policy, asylum seekers were often told to expect to move back to Mexico hearings, rather than allowed to remain in the United States
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Democrats railed against the policy, to 2020, hopeful Beto O’rourke called it “inhuman.”
A reduction in the asylum seeker would be the discharge of the Federal agencies are currently overwhelmed by the volume of people who enter the United States
Prisons were notoriously stretched for resources, resulting in outrage against the government. The criticism has been particularly strong when it comes to the conditions in which children of migrants were conducted.
Fox News’ Judson Berger and The Associated Press contributed to this report.