Supreme Court Enforces New Trump Rule Denying Immigrants Asylum In US

Supreme Court says Trump administration can deny asylum while legal fight continues

Francisco Gallardo, director of the Casa de Migrantes shelter in Reynosa, said migrants are sleeping in tents beside a bridge linking the two countries and are sure to grow more discouraged by the Supreme Court decision.

Ebrard said Mexico had proposed that the United States begin operations at border crossings in San Diego, as well as the Texan cities of El Paso, Laredo, McAllen and Brownsville. Given the monumental stakes for those turned away, she noted, this shouldn't stand for the many months needed to resolve the legal dispute.

The US high court ruled Wednesday that the Trump administration can declare migrants ineligible for asylum if they enter the country from the southern border without first seeking asylum in one of the countries they crossed to get to there. People from Honduras and El Salvador must be denied in Guatemala or Mexico.

Everyone at our border, except Mexican nationals, will be barred from safety.

Opponents took the plan to court and U.S. District Judge John Tigar this summer agreed to block the rule while legal challenges worked their way through the courts. To oversimplify, this is what the high court just reversed.

"Lives will be lost".

In December, a divided Supreme Court refused to let Trump start automatically rejecting all asylum claims by people who cross the southern border illegally. Third, the district court said the rule is likely arbitrary and capricious - that is, lacking in serious justification and undertaken in bad faith. The Supreme Court is not supposed to be used as a way for the government to jump the queue and ignore lower court litigation. However, under the new rule, candidates can not pass unless they have sought asylum in at least one country they traveled through, and were denied.

Supreme Court says Trump administration can deny asylum while legal fight continues
Mexico 'disagrees' with Trump asylum restrictions

Several migrants who are making their way north said Thursday that the new rule would not deter them.

That gesture has led to a decline in USA apprehensions and rejections of migrants at the border, which totaled 64,000 people in August, down 22% from July and 56% from a high mark in May.

Families, children, and vulnerable individuals will be sent back to danger.

"This lawsuit has been proceeding on three tracks: In this court, the parties have litigated the government's stay request". We're now learning that a raging Trump pushed his staff to get the government's top weather agency to contradict accurate official data about Dorian's path, to prop up his falsehood about it.

These requests - often made by families saying they have fled endemic violence and poverty in their countries - allow the applicants to remain in the United States and to move around freely while their cases are adjudicated, which can take two years.

But the policy is already scheduled to be back in court on December 2, Bolter said, when the 9th Circuit will hear "the government's appeal of the district court's original preliminary injunction".

Sotomayor's dissent speaks directly to this larger phenomenon. As The Times' Molly Hennessy-Fiske reported Wednesday, the Department of Homeland Security has barred access to the courts by the public, lawyers who do not have a case on the docket for that day, and the media, forcing reporters to watch testimony via teleconference from San Antonio - where most of the judges also work - rather than in the courtroom itself.

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