A federal court is ruling in favor of the Trump administration in a move that is a major boon against the illegal immigration crisis.
The court has ruled that U.S. immigration officials will be permitted to instruct asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico while their claims are being processed.
The Trump administration had attempted to put such a measure into action earlier but U.S. District Court Judge Richard Seeborg made a preliminary injunction in direct opposition of the move. Less than 7 days later the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals put a stay on the injunction.
In a more monumental win for the United States that same 9th Circuit Court is completely reversing Seeborg’s ruling. During the ruling the court stated that the Department of Homeland Security “is likely to suffer irreparable harm absent a stay because the preliminary injunction takes off the table one of the few congressionally authorized measures available to process the approximately 2,000 migrants who are currently arriving at the Nation’s southern border on a daily basis.”
This will finally close the loophole that allows illegal immigrants to claim asylum and be admitted into the U.S. to await processing only to disappear after being granted access to the country.
At least until Democrats find a way to interfere.