Biden May Retake Trump’s “Stay in Mexico” Policy Next Week: Axios

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, will begin to return asylum seekers to Mexico as early as next week through the reinstatement of a program from the era of Donald Trump known as “Stay in mexico“Axios reported Wednesday.

However, the administration Biden offer them the option of receiving a vaccine against Covid-19reported the media.

The Secretary of Foreign Relations and the Migration’s national institute de México did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

At the end of October, a memorandum from the Department of Homeland Security showed that the government had made a new attempt to end the immigration program started under the then president Trump, which forced asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in US courts.

The administration Biden ended for the first time the program, known informally as “Stay in mexico“but formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols, at the beginning of this year. But a federal judge ordered the government to restart it, saying the administration had not followed proper regulatory procedure.

The Supreme Court of the United States In August it rejected a government appeal of the lower court ruling.

Officials said in late October that the administration would continue to take steps to restart the program in mid-November, to comply with the judge’s decision.

Leave a Comment