Remain in Mexico

Remain in Mexico Matthew Kacsmaryk, a U.S. On Thursday, a federal judge temporarily stopped the Biden administration from ending a Trump administration policy that limited immigration at the southern border.

In his decision, U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk of the Northern District of Texas said that he would delay ending the policy that required Central American asylum seekers, mostly, to wait in Mexico while their claims were decided “until the Court can resolve the merits of Plaintiffs’ claims.”

President Joe Biden’s administration first attempted to end the “Remain in Mexico” policy, formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols, when he took office in January 2021. Kacsmaryk’s ruling is a setback for his administration.

Reversing a federal appeals court decision that rejected a fresh attempt to end the policy in October 2021, the Supreme Court ruled on June, 5-4, that the Biden administration had acted appropriately in seeking to end the policy. Texas and Missouri filed lawsuits, requiring the administration to reinstate the policy previously.

On Twitter, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton praised the judge’s order after filing a lawsuit to prevent the policy from being lifted.

Paxton stated on Thursday that “Biden’s open-border agenda won’t survive my legal attacks. Opponents of “Remain in Mexico,” which is distinct from another Trump-era border policy known as Title 42, assert that it denies individuals the right to seek protection in the United States and forces them to face potentially dangerous circumstances while they await asylum. World News Spot

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