Texas judge reinstates Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' border program
Injunctive lawsuits by Missouri and Texas were successful in reinstating critical aspects of Trump's immigration policy after a ruling by an Amarillo District Court judge. The District Judge ruled that the Biden Administration "failed to consider several critical factors" before terminating the policy in June 2021.
The politically controversial 'Remain in Mexico' program required asylum seekers arriving at designated ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border to be returned to Mexico pending the duration of their US immigration proceedings.
The US Supreme Court upheld the policy in lawsuits against the Trump Administration but did...