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Supreme Court Sides With Biden Over Trump Remain-in-Mexico Asylum Rule

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  • The US Supreme Court freed President Joe Biden’s administration to end a Trump-era policy that forces asylum-seekers at the southern border to wait in Mexico for their cases to be processed. (BBG)
  • The court voted 5-4 and said the “remain-in-Mexico” program isn’t required under federal immigration law.
    • The decision comes despite the fact the government lacks capacity to detain everyone. The Biden administration argued that federal officials can release many of the applicants into the country while they await hearings.
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  • The US Supreme Court freed President Joe Biden’s administration to end a Trump-era policy that forces asylum-seekers at the southern border to wait in Mexico for their cases to be processed. (BBG)
  • The court voted 5-4 and said the “remain-in-Mexico” program isn’t required under federal immigration law.
    • The decision comes despite the fact the government lacks capacity to detain everyone. The Biden administration argued that federal officials can release many of the applicants into the country while they await hearings.