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SCOTUS Refuses To Reinstate Biden Policy

SCOTUS Refuses To Reinstate Biden Policy
SCOTUS Refuses To Reinstate Biden Policy

SCOTUS Refuses To Reinstate Biden Policy

On Thursday, the United States Supreme Court turned down an appeal brought by the Biden administration to stop a ruling from a federal judge that prohibited immigration officials from adhering to the administration’s enforcement guidelines. According to a report by the Texas Tribune, “The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to reinstate the Biden administration’s policy limiting immigration arrests.” This decision came after a district judge in Texas ruled that the guidance given to deportation officers violated federal laws.

The administration will not be able to put its strategy into action for the remainder of the year as a direct consequence of this practical result. the outlet has mentioned that the Biden administration had protested that it was unfair to allow a single district judge to disrupt the executive branch’s immigration priorities on a nationwide basis. The much-anticipated decision regarding the “Remain in Mexico” policy implemented by the Trump administration was handed down by the Supreme Court at the end of June.

In this case, the administration of Joe Biden was attempting to put an end to a policy that had been in place since the time of Donald Trump. This policy required asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico while their cases were being processed by immigration courts in the United States. In accordance with the policy, the administration of Donald Trump sent over 71,000 people seeking asylum in Mexico.

The Supreme Court decided by a vote of 5-4 that President Joe Biden’s administration has the authority to reverse the immigration policy enacted during the Trump administration. Justices who lean toward conservatism The liberal justices on the court were joined in their decision by John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh. In January of this year, while oral arguments were being presented before the Supreme Court, Justice Brett Kavanaugh gave the impression that he favored maintaining the policy.

Kavanaugh questioned Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar, who was representing the Biden administration, as to whether there was any indication that Congress knew that hundreds of thousands of people would be released in the United States while they wait for their hearings when it last rewrote the law in 1996. Kavanaugh’s question was directed toward the administration of former President Joe Biden.

The Solicitor General of Texas, Judd Stone, argued in front of the Court that immigration law stipulates that the federal government must return every immigrant to Mexico if they are unable to detain each and every individual immigrant who is attempting to enter the United States. Stone argued that this requirement applies only in the event that the federal government is unable to detain each

The number of violations dropped significantly after MPP was put into effect. According to what Stone told the justices, “it did not fully satisfy the executive’s mandate.” “However, to the extent that it went, it complied with the executive’s obligations to return rather than detain the aliens who were enrolled in MPP,”

Both the attorney general for the state of Texas, Ken Paxton, and the attorney general for the state of Missouri, Eric Schmitt, who jointly filed the lawsuit in the state of Texas, participated in a conversation earlier this year regarding the case and the arguments that were presented to the justices. As Paxton put it, “I really trust that we did the best that we could today.” he also mentioned that he believes that we are going to get a good result with this, and hopefully from the consequences of this enormous loophole, which everyone is aware is a loophole.

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