NOI, Il Messico annuncia un accordo che ripristina la politica "Remain in Mexico" dell'era Trump: rapporto

Il Washington Post, citando gli Stati Uniti. e funzionari messicani, segnalato that the Biden administration is still ironing out final details. Il giornale ha sottolineato che il presidente Biden ha cercato di porre fine al programma, but has lost legal battles.

The White House and the Department of Homeland Security did not immediately respond to an after-hours email from Fox News.

Migrants are seen at the Rio Grande near the Del Rio-Acuna Port of Entry in Del Rio, Texas, a settembre 18, 2021. (Photo by Charlie C. Peebles/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Migrants are seen at the Rio Grande near the Del Rio-Acuna Port of Entry in Del Rio, Texas, a settembre 18, 2021. (Photo by Charlie C. Peebles/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) (Charlie C. Peebles/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

The policy was first implemented by former President Trump and requires asylum seekers at the southern border to stay in Messico while they await hearings in U.S. courtrooms to determine their eligibility and status.

La politica, in cooperation with Mexico, resulted in court tents being set up along the border in places like Laredo, Texas, where migrants could briefly enter for their hearings before going back to Mexico.

Di 70,000 asylum-seekers have been subject to the “Resta in Messico” politica, known officially asMigrant Protection Protocols,” which President Donald Trump introduced in January 2019 and Biden suspended on his first day in office.

A federal judge sided with the states of Texas and Missouri by ordering the Biden administration in August to reinstate the policyin good faith.

Proponents of the policy claimed it was an effective program that kept illegal immigrants out of the country and reduced thepull factorsthat draw other migrants. Critics blasted it as a cruel policy that put migrants at risk of violence and led them to subsist in squalid conditions.

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Criticism of the Biden administration’s border policies has only sharpened due to new COVID-19 variants and what critics see as a lack of attention from Vice President Kamala Harris, who was assigned to take over the migration issue in March.

Fox News’ Jon Brown, Andrew Mark Miller and the Associated Press contributed to this report

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