(PresidentialHill.com)- Thursday, U.S. District Judge Matthew J. Kacsmaryk halted Joe Biden’s effort to end President Trump’s Remain in Mexico policy.
Former President Trump appointed Judge Kacsmaryk.
Reports show that as the policy expires, border states are bracing for an influx of millions of illegal aliens crossing the border. Already, tens of thousands of illegal immigrants have crossed the open US border, and millions are on the way. This week, El Paso, Texas, has already seen thousands of illegal immigrants crossing the border daily.
Mexican authorities are transporting illegal immigrants to the United States border via bus, contributing to America’s demise.
According to reports this week, a U.S. District Court Judge halted President Biden’s attempt to end the “Remain in Mexico” policy of the Trump administration. The dispute had already bounced between numerous courts.
U.S. District Judge Matthew J. Kacsmaryk noted in his opinion that this lawsuit has a convoluted procedural history, having gone from this Court to the Fifth Circuit, to the Supreme Court, and back to this Court on remand.
Almost six months have passed since the Supreme Court ruled on a memo sent by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on June 1, 2022. Mayorkas revoked Migration Protection Protocols, also known as the “Remain in Mexico” program, in his memo.
DHS canceled new enrollments in the MPPs in January 2021, awaiting a review of the Trump-era program.
According to the program, migrants not registered in MPP should be processed using other existing legal authorities. Nonetheless, Biden issued an executive order asking Mayorkas to study the program and determine whether it should be terminated or modified.
Reports show the State of Texas filed a lawsuit against the action, claiming the memorandum violated the Immigration and Nationality Act, or INA, which stipulates that an alien who enters on U.S. soil from a foreign territory may be returned to that territory following a court hearing.
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