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Trump signs immigration order to curb asylum claims
Posted Date:-7/15/2019 9:14:47 PM

According to a document filed by the Department of Justice and Homeland Security in the Federal Register, the Trump Administration filed a regulation on Monday, which could dramatically limit the ability of Central American expatriates if they were through Mexico in the United States. Enter the land from.
Regulation is the latest effort by the Trump Administration to tighten the American administration's process and has the potential to influence a large group of migrants traveling to the US-Mexico border. CNN first told that President Donald Trump was considering regulation.
Regulation will restrict the immigrants who live in the third country from seeking asylum in the United States. Therefore, due to being able to claim refuge by the bar migrants through Mexico and as a result, there is limitless eligibility for the boundary which is eligible for asylum. Regulation is an interim final rule, which allows immediate effect of new restrictions.
"Under the statutory authority, the department is amending their respective rules so that, with limited exceptions, if a foreigner fails to apply for security in a third country outside the foreign border, entering the United States across the southern border Attempted or attempted citizenship, nationality, or last valid habitat residence, through which foreign transit for the United States The route is ineligible for asylum, "the document reads.

Rules are scheduled to be published on Tuesday and should then be implemented.


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