Supreme Court puts brief hold on lower court order requiring restart of ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

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(Worthy News) – Justice Samuel Alito late Friday night issued a brief stay on a recent federal judge’s ruling that would reinstate a administration policy requiring asylum seekers to wait in while their cases are processed.

The four-day administrative stay will allow “the full court [to] consider” the Biden administration’s request for a longer stay, wrote Alito, who handles emergency matters from for the court, according to the Huffington Post.

The “Remain in Mexico” policy was established by then-President Trump in 2018. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]

DHS begs to block revival of ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

The Biden administration made an emergency request to the Supreme Court late Friday asking it to block a lower court ruling requiring restoration of President Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy.

Without a stay, Homeland Security will be forced to start pushing illegal immigrants back across the border rather than catch and then release them into the interior of the U.S.

The Biden legal team said having the ability to catch-and-release is critical to its immigration plans, and the federal judge who intervened is trampling on the president’s powers. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]

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