Supreme Court rejects challenge to Biden’s efforts to end Trump’s ‘Stay in Mexico’ program

The Supreme Court has dismissed a major challenge to President Joe Biden’s efforts to end his predecessor’s ‘Stay in Mexico’ program that forced many asylum seekers trying to cross the US border back to Mexico to await hearings before US immigration judges.

In a 5-4 decision, the judges ruled that federal immigration law does not require the Biden administration to detain all asylum seekers pending decisions on their cases.

Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh joined the court’s liberal justices in the majority, while the other conservative justices dissented. The decision did not rule out further legal challenges to the Biden administration’s decision to end the program.


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