The American court maintains the ban on Trump’s extra demands for asylum applications
The US Supreme Court ordered Friday that the extra demands that President Donald Trump made to submit an asylum application in the US do not need to be executed.
A ban on a policy imposed by a lower court remains in force. Immigrants reaching the United States via Mexico must report to Trump at official border posts. Only then can they submit an asylum application.
However, a judge in the state of California ruled last month that migrants can always apply for asylum, even if they have crossed the border illegally.
President Trump wants to prevent large numbers of people from Central America moving to the United States. He, therefore, decided that immigrants from Mexico should register themselves at the border posts. It is one of the steps he has taken since caravans of migrants travel to the country. He sees these people as a threat to national security.