Washington, November 20: A federal judge has put a temporary halt to the Trump administration's new order denying the possibility of asylum to people who enter the US illegally.
President Donald Trump issued the proclamation earlier this month as a matter of what he called national security as a US-bound caravan of Central American migrants made its way through Mexico toward the US border. Illegal Immigration Costs American Taxpayers USD 100 Billion a Year: US President Donald Trump.
A federal judge has temporarily barred the US President Donald Trump administration from refusing asylum to immigrants who cross the southern border illegally, reports AP pic.twitter.com/kiiDGRwaEH
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US District Judge Jon Tigar on Monday in San Francisco issued a temporary restraining order against the Trump order.