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  • Supreme Court Allows Enforcement of Trump Remain-in-Mexico Asylum Policy

    03/11/2020 11:27:17 AM PDT · by JOHN ADAMS · 49 replies
    Supreme Court ^ | March 11, 2020 | Supreme Court of the United States
    The Supreme Court issued an Order this morning, at the URL above, staying enforcement of a trial court order that had barred the Trump Administration from enforcing its policy requiring those applying for asylum having come from Mexico to remain in Mexico until the application is ruled on. The policy is being challenged in court,and the Trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to review the trial court order barring enforcement. The Supreme Court says today that Trump can continue to enforce the policy while the legal challenge continues. One is tempted to read the tea leaves and see this...
  • Hans von Spakovsky: ‘Remain-in-Mexico’ policy is needed to reduce illegal immigration [Good read]

    03/01/2020 9:26:55 AM PST · by jazusamo · 13 replies
    Fox News ^ | March 1, 2020 | Hans von Spakovsky
    In a torturous, twisted interpretation of federal immigration law, a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a preliminary court order Friday to block the Trump administration from continuing to implement its Migrant Protection Protocols, known informally as the Remain-in-Mexico policy. But shortly after issuing the ruling, the three-judge panel voted 2-1 to put a hold on it, preventing it from going into force until the federal government can file written arguments by the end of Monday in favor of the Remain-in-Mexico policy and plaintiffs can respond by the end of Tuesday arguing in favor of...
  • Policy Innovator Donald Trump

    01/24/2020 8:04:38 AM PST · by Kaslin · 5 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 24, 2020 | Neil Patel
    Not many people think of President Donald Trump as a detailed policy innovator. His detractors still view him as a buffoon unequipped to run the country. His supporters view him as a guy who has succeeded on great instincts. Not many view the president as a guy who gets under the hood to study the details of policy options. But with historically low unemployment; a booming stock market; trade deals in place with China, Mexico and Canada; and many other wins under his belt, it's a good time to examine the president's policy record. Maybe the Trump team deserves more...
  • Trump Is Quietly Winning Bigly At The Border

    01/06/2020 2:52:19 AM PST · by IBD editorial writer · 26 replies
    Issues & Insights ^ | 1/6/2020 | The Editorial Board
    Last week, 18 people crossed the border illegally into Arizona hoping they could exploit a loophole in U.S. asylum policy to stay in the country. Instead, they found themselves shipped back to Mexico while their asylum claims are reviewed. In the midst of impeachment mania and the killing of an Iranian general, this event captured little attention. But it’s part of a broader campaign that the Trump administration has quietly embarked upon to crack down on illegal border crossings. And – even without the wall – these policies are having a huge impact. The 18 migrants were sent back to...
  • In Reversal of Spring Crisis, Border Arrests Drop for Sixth Straight Month

    12/09/2019 10:47:00 AM PST · by karpov · 14 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | December 9, 2019 | Alicia A. Caldwell, Alejandro Lazo and Juan Montes
    Arrests of people crossing the southwestern border have plummeted by 75% since May, marking one of the most dramatic drops in recent history and a sign that policy changes by the Trump administration and Mexico are reducing migration to the U.S. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Monday that 33,510 people were arrested after illegally crossing the border in November, marking the sixth straight monthly decline since May, when 132,000 such apprehensions marked a 13-year high. The majority of those apprehended last year were families and unaccompanied children from Central America, nearly all of whom surrendered to border officials seeking...
  • Border apprehensions dropped in November for 6th consecutive month, per DHS data

    12/08/2019 12:33:10 PM PST · by jazusamo · 7 replies
    Fox News ^ | December 8, 2019 | Adam Shaw
    EXCLUSIVE: Law enforcement apprehended or turned away 42,649 migrants at the southern border in November, according to preliminary data reviewed by Fox News -- a sixth month of declines that the administration is hailing as proof that the set of policies and initiatives to combat the border crisis is working. The numbers (33,510 apprehended and 9,139 deemed inadmissible) represented a decline of roughly six percent since October, and a drop of over 70 percent since the height of the crisis in May, when more than 144,000 migrants were encountered. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data showed that the number...
  • Thousands of migrants sent back to Mexico under Trump policy have given up their asylum claims: DHS

    11/01/2019 1:46:23 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 27 replies
    Fox News ^ | November 1, 2019 | Adam Shaw
    Thousands of migrants returned to Mexico under the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy have given up their asylum claims, with many of them returning home, according to statistics included in a new assessment of the policy released this week by the Department of Homeland Security. The policy, known formally as the Migrant Protection Protocols, sends migrants seeking asylum at the southern border back to Mexico for the duration of immigration proceedings. It is a cornerstone of the administration’s efforts to end “catch and release,” by which migrants are released into the U.S. while their cases are heard. Hearings have...
  • Inside Trump’s immigration tent courts: Controversial system meant to fast-track asylum backlog

    09/18/2019 12:53:39 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 44 replies
    Fox News ^ | September 18, 2019 | Adam Shaw
    LAREDO, Texas -- The white tents that sit here on the very edge of the U.S border, with Mexico a literal stone’s throw away, represent one of the jewels in the crown of the Trump administration’s recent efforts to get a grip on the immigration crisis. They are the temporary courtrooms set up as part of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) -- known colloquially as the “Remain in Mexico” policy. That policy, established earlier this year, involves sending migrants who are trying to claim asylum back to Mexico during their proceedings -- instead of releasing them into the U.S. while...
  • Evidence That Trump’s ‘Remain In Mexico’ Policy Is Working

    07/28/2019 11:47:30 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 12 replies
    Hot Air ^ | JUy 27,2019 | JOHN SEXTON
    Of course, the fact that many are choosing to head home doesn’t mean that home is going to be easy, but many of the people who took a ride counting on a better job seem to have realized home is better than staying in the dangerous border towns of Mexico. However, the Tribune points out two clear exceptions. Everyone they spoke to who had fled Cuba or Venezuela planned to hold out. I suspect that’s because those people realize there is nothing for them to return to, except perhaps the risk of being punished by communist tyrannies that run those...
  • U.S. expels migrants, including minors, through new 'remain in Mexico' program

    02/25/2019 2:44:43 PM PST · by jazusamo · 15 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | February 25, 2019 | Maria Verza - AP
    MEXICO CITY — Mexico has accepted 112 Central American migrants from the United States, and they include 25 minors in a policy reversal, the head of Mexico’s immigration agency said Monday. Late last month, the U.S. launched the so-called “remain in Mexico” program negotiated with Mexico to make some asylum applicants wait in Mexico during the months and even years that it can take to resolve such cases. National Immigration Institute Commissioner Tonatiuh Guillen had said last month that Mexico wouldn’t accept migrants younger than 18 while they await the resolution of their U.S. asylum claims. But Guillen said Monday...