The administration announced the policy in December, arguing that it would help stop people from using the asylum process to enter the country and remain illegally. Trump had long been angered by policies that temporarily allowed asylum seekers in the United States while they waited for their court hearings. More than 11, migrants have been returned to wait in Mexico under the policy, according to senior homeland security officials.
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The Trump administration policy was criticized for putting the migrants at risk , and legal advocates for migrants pointed to a spike in violence and overburdened shelters in Mexican border towns. The administration has said the policy also aims to ease overcrowded border facilities strained by the increase in migrants.
There should also be independent representation on the investigating team, as is common in cases of professional misconduct. Above all, the Home Office should recognise that rule 5 , the rule leading to these multiple injustices, is wholly unfit for the purpose.
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This does not affect your statutory rights. Written in a lively and engaging style from the perspective of a leading immigration judge, this book examines how states resolve disputes with migrants.
The chapters reflect on changes in the laws and rules of migration on an international and regional basis and the impact on the parties, administration, public and judiciary. The book is a critical assessment of how the migration tribunal system has evolved over the last century, the lessons which have been learnt and those which have not. It includes additional comparative contributions by authors on international jurisdictions and is a valuable overview of the evolution and future of the immigration tribunal system which will be of interest to those involved in human rights, migration, transnational and international law.