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The court ruling against Biden’s asylum policy: What does it mean and how does it affect immigrants?

The Northern District Court of California recently invalidated President Joe Biden’s new asylum policy, marking a setback for the White House in its efforts to address the immigration crisis on the border with Mexico. This decision comes in response to a lawsuit filed in May, shortly before the elimination of the Title 42 rule, a health security measure used by both the Trump and Biden administrations to expedite deportations.

The cancellation of Biden’s asylum policy will take effect on August 8, 2023, but the government is likely to appeal the decision. In the meantime, the current asylum policy remains in effect. The ruling specifically affects immigrants who do not have visas, humanitarian leave or family reunification. The CBP One application to apply for asylum remains valid for the next 14 days until an appeal is filed.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) disagrees with the ruling and plans to appeal, emphasizing that the decision does not immediately change anything. Migrants without visas or humanitarian permission are encouraged to apply for asylum through the CBP One application and follow the legal processes. It is important to be alert to possible scams and misinformation spread by human smugglers. The border is not open to everyone and it is critical to seek accurate information from reliable sources.

The ruling against the Biden administration’s asylum policy has also raised concerns among immigrant advocates. Lawyers, religious leaders and activists criticize the new policy, arguing that it is “totally out of bounds.” They believe the limitations and restrictions imposed by the policy put immigrants at risk and go against the law. The Department of Justice is expected to appeal the decision within 14 days.

In summary, the court ruling against Biden’s asylum policy has a significant impact on asylum seekers in the United States. Although the cancellation of the policy will take effect in August 2023, the government will likely appeal the decision. In the meantime, migrants without visas or humanitarian permission are advised to follow legal processes and avoid falling for potential scams. It is important to be informed and seek reliable information on the subject.