Law360 (September 3, 2021, 9:58 p.m. EDT) – Immigration lawyers whose practices changed when President Joe Biden canceled the “Stay in Mexico” program suffer a whiplash after the US Supreme Court United allowed his reinstatement, but the court triumphed may help lawyers respond to the potential revival of the program.
Last month, the states of Texas and Missouri successfully challenged the Biden administration’s cancellation in June of the Trump-era policy, officially titled the Migrant Protection Protocols, which forced an estimated 70,000 applicants. asylum seeker to await the end of their proceedings before the immigration court in Mexico between January 2019 and the beginning of this year. The Fifth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court refused to …
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