Court won’t block order requiring reinstatement of “remain in Mexico” policy

Claud Mccoid

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday night time turned down the Biden administration’s plea for a reprieve from a district-court purchase demanding it to reinstate a Trump-period plan known as the “remain in Mexico” coverage, which involves asylum seekers to keep in Mexico even though they hold out for a hearing in U.S. immigration court. The court was divided on the conclusion to deny relief, with the court’s a few liberal justices – Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan – indicating that they would have granted the government’s request and put the district court’s purchase on hold.

The conclusion suggests that the Biden administration need to resume implementing the coverage “in good faith” even though litigation continues in the reduce courts.

Tuesday night’s purchase was the 2nd time that the justices have acted on an unexpected emergency basis with respect to the “remain in Mexico” coverage, formally known as … Read More