The Biden administration had been up and they have been appealing a judge’s order in order to stop the use of the Trump-era pandemic policy. This is the policy that many of you are familiar with since it is actually causing right a lot of stir even when it was implemented.
The policy is the one that allows for the very rapid expulsion of migrants. The expulsion is done without giving the migrants even a single fraction of a chance to apply for asylum.
The Department of Justice had been on the grind and on this Friday they have taken the matter into their own hands and they have successfully filed an appeal of U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan.
This is going to be historic and the appeal was made to make sure that the law is going to change and that it will bar the federal government from expelling migrants in the context of and under the public health law known as Title 42.
The appeal that we are talking about is now known as the latest move by the Biden administration, this appeal was made in order to address the issue of the 20-year-high surge of migrants which had been going on from Mexico and Central America.
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There had been many crossing the border illegally. This is not a recent issue, it had been going in for quite some time. It shows that the flashpoint between the democrats and the republicans are indeed very political.
The title 42 was introduced by President Trump in the latest the year of 2020. This was done in order to get rid of the possible threat of coronavirus. The concerns were rising and at that moment the government introduced this policy.
It gave the power to the government to turn back any migrant from any place who is caught crossing the border illegally. The reason given is that they wanted to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
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President Joe Biden is now making the move to roll back the hard-lined immigration policy of the predecessor. We will see what happens next and what the future holds.