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Biden asks U.S. Supreme Court to hear ‘Remain in Mexico’ case -Breaking


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: The children ride their scooters through the United States Supreme Court plaza, after the government issued a notice that all tours of buildings would be stopped due to (COVID-19), coronavirus. This was on Capitol Hill, Washington. March 17, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenne

WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The Biden administration asked Wednesday the U.S. Supreme Court if it should continue to apply a Trump-era policy which forced tens to thousands of migrants in Mexico to wait for resolution to their U.S. asylum claims.

Joe Biden, the Democratic president of the United States had tried to end his Republican predecessor’s policy (often referred to simply as “Remain In Mexico”) shortly after he took office in January. However, after Texas and Missouri sued for the rescission, an federal judge declared it necessary to be reinstated. An appeals court later this month also agreed.

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