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After SCOTUS win, Biden administration phases out Trump's 'stay in Mexico' policy

Biden administration quietly ended Trump-era 'stay in Mexico' immigration policy on Monday} Supreme Court decision in favor of White House Judgment.

The Department of Homeland Security announced in a late-night statement that it will no longer enroll asylum seekers in the Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP) program. This forced thousands of people south of the border to wait through immigration.

Immigrants currently participating in the program will be "de-enrolled" when they return to the United States for their next scheduled court appearance, and further deregistration proceedings will take place statewide. He added DHS.

“As Secretary Mayorkas noted, the MPP has inherent flaws, imposes an unreasonable human cost, and draws resources and personnel away from other priority efforts to protect the border. "We are doing it," the DHS said in a statement.

Former President Donald Trump first implemented his MPP in early 2019. This is due to a surge in meeting more than 100,000 immigrants each month.

A truck full of migrants cross the Rio Grande river in Eagle Pass, Texas on July 23, 2022.
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US President Donald Trump tours the border wall between the United States and Mexico in Calexico, California on April 5, 2019.
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The Biden administration repeatedly attempted to end the policy U.S. District Judge Matthew Kaksmalik In August 2021, the White House failed to follow due process and ordered the administration to make good faith efforts to enforce the MPP pending the case's passage through the courts.

On June 30, the Supreme Court ruled him 5-4, allowing the White House to terminate the program.

Chief Justice John Roberts stated in the majority opinion, ``What prevents an agency from taking new agency action while simultaneously appealing an adverse judgment on the original action? None,” he wrote.

Migrants from El Salvador, expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42, put new shoelaces on their shoes as they cross at the Paso del Norte international border bridge, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico July 8, 2022.
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President Joe Biden participates in a briefing at Marie Roberts Elementary School about the ongoing response efforts to devastating flooding, Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, in Lost Creek, Ky.
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On Monday, Kacsmaryk lifted an injunction requiring him to "stay in Mexico."

The Biden administration has long argued that this policy does not deter immigration, exposes them to unnecessary risks, and limits the executive branch's right to control the border.

Republicans warn that lifting the MPP will lead to increased migration from already historic levels along the southern border.

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Migrants queue to get the documents to cross the country towards the U.S. border, outside the office of the National Institute of Migration (INM), in Huixtla, in Chiapas state, Mexico July 27, 2022.
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Republican-led states in the Biden administration are in court over the White House's efforts to reverse some of Trump's border policies. I have fought over and over again. Most notably, Title 42, which allowed border officials to quickly deport thousands of immigrants for health concerns without hearing asylum applications.

A federal judge ordered this he to retain title 42 in May.

Since October 1, border officials have recorded record numbers of migrant encounters across the United States, especially along the U.S.-Mexico border, which already has the highest number in a single fiscal year. encounters have been seen, far away.

A Nicaraguan migrants pets a stray dog as they he and other migratns wait to be processed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers after crossing the United States-Mexico border on on Saturday, July 16, 2022 in Eagle Pass, Texas.
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In June alone, US Customs and Border Protection reported immigration visits.

This surge has made immigration a major problem. A new Gallup survey found that several Americans want their levels lowered.