SCOTUS Hands Trump Major Victory On Immigration

Supreme Court clears the way for new asylum restrictions to take effect

The fight to slow the flow of asylum-seeking migrants (and the criminal illegal aliens who often hide in their midst) gained access to a much-needed rules change Wednesday as the Supreme Court ruled against an injunction placed on the President's asylum policy. The ruling does, however, leave the administration free to impose this new policy everywhere while a case against it is working its way through the lower courts continues.

With only two dissenters, Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayer, this opens the door for the rule to be applied across the nation.

Trump celebrated the decision on Twitter, praising the "BIG United States Supreme Court WIN for the Border on Asylum!"

Within the administration's keep a matter to to completely enforce the rule of thumb, US Solicitor General Noel Francisco requested the Supreme Court to project a be pleased blockading the injunction whereas litigation over the project proceeds because the mediate's uncover interferes with the govt.'s authority to determine immigration policy.

In late July, the justices cleared the way by a 5-4 vote for Trump to spend $2.5 billion from the military budget to pay for border wall construction. A three-judge panel of the ninth U.S. circuit court of appeals narrowed Tigar's order so that it applied only in Arizona and California, states that are within the ninth circuit. USA district judge Jon Tigar in San Francisco blocked the new policy from taking effect in late July.

Trump has chafed at the asylum law and its promise of protection for foreigners who are fleeing persecution and violence in their homeland.

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The policy is among a host of measures Trump has taken in a bid to stem the flow of Central American migrants trying to cross into the United States from Mexico and request asylum. El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, the sources of most asylum seekers in the last few years, have some of the world's highest homicide rates. The administration has claimed that it would like to shut the gap in between an preliminary asylum screening that most people today move and a ultimate determination on asylum that most men and women do not acquire. The 9th Circuit narrowed his order Tuesday with the Supreme Court decision following on Wednesday.

The new case is Barr v.

But that could take months, and Sotomayor said the status quo should remain in place until then. If they don't, that suggests they're not legitimate asylum-seekers fleeing persecution but rather regular migrants seeking better jobs or to unite with family - which are not usually valid reasons for asylum under US law.

"The lives of thousands of families are at stake", Lee Gelerent said. The issue is likely to come back to the Supreme Court when the ongoing legal challenges have been completed in lower courts.

"This is just a temporary step, and we're hopeful we'll prevail at the end of the day, " he said in a statement.

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