The Trump administration is reportedly making ready to come back asylum seekers to United Mexican States whereas they wait immigration hearings following a short lived raise on AN injunction riddance the administration from action.
Staff at the workplace of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are making ready to enforce President Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, that returns asylum seekers to United Mexican States whereas they wait a hearing. USCIS officers told staffers to prepared themselves for social control of the policy, in step with emails obtained by the l. a. Times.
The “Remain in Mexico” policy is meant to assist immigration officers UN agency face a growing crisis at the border. The policy has possible contributed to growing numbers of immigrants attempting to cross the border lawlessly instead of through ports of entry, in step with knowledge from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The move comes when the ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in California briefly raised AN injunction preventing the administration from imposing the policy. The temporary raise followed port of entry decide Richard Seeborg’s Apr eight order for the administration to halt the deportation of asylum seekers, in step with The Associated Press.
An internal memoranda documented the ninth Circuit’s call “that granted the government’s emergency motion for a keep of a court ruling that had blocked the policy,” or “Migrant Protection Protocols [(MPPs)],” rumored the LA Times.
“This means implementation of MPP could resume unfinished the continued judicial proceeding,” the memoranda reads, in step with the LA Times. “In the in the meantime, we’ve got workers on standby for brand spanking new referrals.”
No asylum seekers have nevertheless been came to United Mexican States thanks to the raise, in step with the LA Times.