Washington (Sputnik)-The Biden administration has been empowered to end the “stay in Mexico” policy of the Trump era, and non-Mexico citizens who cross the border into the United States need to stay in Mexico during the removal process. I have. The court said Thursday.
The legal issues filed in court in this case were whether the Biden administration’s decision to revoke the Immigration Protection Protocol (MPP) violated the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), and the effective final body of the Department of Homeland Security. It was whether it was a measure. Security (DHS).
States, including Texas and Missouri, have filed proceedings to challenge the revocation of the MPP, alleging that the decision violates the INA and the Administrative Procedure Act. The district court and the Court of Appeals initially ruled in favor of the state against the Biden administration.
“For the reasons explained, the government’s revocation of the MPP did not violate Section 1225 of the INA, and the Memorandum of Understanding on October 29 constituted the final proceedings of the institution, thus overturning the Court of Appeals’ decision. Opinion. “
Judge Samuel Alito, Judge Clarence Thomas, and Judge Neil Gorsuch have disagreed, arguing that the Biden administration has no legal alternative to this policy and must continue to enforce the rule. Did.
At the Summit of the Americas, in early June, U.S. President Joe Biden sent $ 645 million to Latin America to help address issues, including what the President called “Historical Refugee and Migration Flow.” Announced that it will provide the above funds.
https://sputniknews.com/20220630/us-supreme-court-rules-biden-administration-allowed-to-end-remain-in-mexico-policy-1096840529.html The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration allowed the “stay in Mexico” policy to end.