The judge suspended the ban trump for asylum to illegal immigrants on the border

U.S. district judge in San Francisco Jon Tigar Monday evening ruled that the new policy of the White house to limit the rights of immigrants to asylum, illegal. This is a strong legal impact on the rate of Donald trump, aiming to put a barrier in the way of mass illegal immigration.

The Fake News is showing old footage of people climbing over our Fence Ocean Area. This is what it really looks like — no climbers anymore under our Administration!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 19, 2018

In the immigration and nationality 1965, which took into account the court States that any foreign national arriving in the United States, may apply for asylum. November 9, trump has tried to repeal the law by signing a document, limiting this right to migrants who entered the country illegally.

«The rule prohibiting to seek asylum for immigrants who enter the country outside of checkpoints, implacable against the law, and the Congress,» wrote Tigar — «Whatever the authority of the President, he can’t rewrite immigration laws, to impose a condition that the Congress is strictly forbidden».

Tigar also issued a temporary restraining order: that is, the administration may not be used to introduce the rules up until the court decision enters into force on 19 December.

In response, internal security and justice in a joint statement on Tuesday called «absurd» that a group of lawyers could sue the Federal government to lift the ban on asylum. (The lawsuit was filed by the American civil liberties Union on behalf of four advocacy groups that help immigrants).

Donald trump on Tuesday criticized the 9th circuit court of appeals of the United States, which probably will consider the appeal on the decision Tigara. This court previously ruled against the administration in several cases concerning immigration. Trump called it a «disgrace» and judges «very unfair.»

More than 1,500 migrants have arrived at the US-Mexico boarder.#MigrantCaravan

— Helping Migrants (@KidsForMigrants) November 16, 2018

The decision Tigara coincides with the arrival of the first caravans of migrants to the Mexican border of the United States. By the end of the day Monday to checkpoints closer to about 3 thousand people, many of whom will apply for asylum.

Between 2000 and 2016, the United States has granted asylum to an average of 26 651 foreigner in the year. In recent years the number of applications for asylum rose dramatically from 5,000 in 2008 to 97 000 in 2018. The bulk of the applicants come from Central American countries.