September 21, 2021

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United States.  The Supreme Court rejected an attempt to end Trump's plan

United States. The Supreme Court rejected an attempt to end Trump’s plan

The Biden administration’s decision to overturn the verdict of Texas Federal District Judge Matthew Coxsmaric rejected the U.S. Supreme Court’s nine judges (three separate judges are considered liberals).

Judge Coxmarrick ordered the Biden administration to briefly and systematically restore Trump’s “stay in Mexico” immigration protection protocol (MPP).

Under the program, thousands of immigrants who want to come to the United States from poor and crime-ridden Central and South American countries will have to wait until their asylum applications are processed by U.S. immigration officials on the Mexican side of the U.S. border.

Immigrants are forced to stay long months, often in very difficult circumstances, to process their application.

Management should “take good faith action” to reverse the verdict. The administration demanded that it be prevented from pointing out its inhumanity.

The decision of the Supreme Court, Judge Coxmarick’s judgment comes into force.

In 2020, the Supreme Court recalled that the Donald Trump administration had rejected an attempt to repeal President Barack Obama’s plan to protect millions of thousands against deportation. Dreamers, that is, those who came to the United States illegally as children.

The court found that Trump’s decision to end the postponement of the DOCA was “arbitrary” and a violation of federal law.

In fact – as legal experts point out – in both cases the question is whether the federal government is legally canceling the plans of its predecessors.

Biden, after taking office as president in January this year, significantly limited the MPP program, which has traditionally been opposed by the Republican states of Texas and Missouri.

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