US lifts sanctions imposed in Trump’s day for survivors of violence | Migration Issues
The Trump era ban made it difficult for those seeking refuge to flee domestic or group violence to seek protection in the US.
The Biden government has overturned Trump’s policies that made it difficult for those seeking refuge to flee domestic or social violence to be protected in the United States, which has been welcomed by migrants as a priority.
In a three-page legal opinion, United States Attorney General Merrick Garland on Wednesday said a major statement in the run-up to the election of former President Donald Trump “threatens to create chaos and hamper the fair trial and trial”.
Garland has come up with a new policy that would make it easier for refugees to escape domestic violence and terrorist attacks in order to win their case for protection.
“The importance of this is not an exaggeration,” said Kate Melloy Goettel, attorney general at the American Immigration Council. “This was one of the worst security ideas in the Trump era, and it has a very important first step in tackling this.”
President Joe Biden has vowed to pursue a more “compassionate” approach than his predecessor, who has developed a number of anti-immigration policies, including prohibiting the entry of citizens of a number of Muslim-majority countries and severe restrictions on the southern border with Mexico.
The Center for Gender and Refugee Study (CGRS) at UC Hastings College of Law stated in a statement Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Justice under Trump has issued early decisions that “moved the port for asylum seekers”.
The ban seriously harmed women, children and LGBTQ people, which in turn led to deportations, “the site said.
“These decisions were legally flawed and caused unnecessary disruption in the decision-making process, which led to judges denying the protection of justice in adjudicating cases, instead of just looking at all the cases properly,” it said.
The CGRS has welcomed Garland’s announcement, saying it “indicates a significant improvement in Biden’s drive to re-establish security”.
Wednesday, Wednesday, Garland also lifted a resolution banning grievances based on domestic violence.
“Today’s announcement will help alleviate some of the damage caused by the Trump administration’s security crackdown, and we are joining our colleagues in calling on Biden officials to speed up and increase their interest in the matter,” said Cody Wofsy, ACLU’s Project Manager Freedom of Movement, it said in a statement from CGRS.
Immigration agents force Biden to do more to fulfill their US promise to rebuild security, including spending Trump health advice for the Trump administration – who were summoned during the COVID-19 epidemic – which allows many who want to be rescued to be evacuated without being heard.
But the US President has also faced political challenges from Republicans and other critics such as registration numbers that require security reaching the border with the country and Mexico in search of security.
Biden, who has pledged to address the “causes” of the migration, has given Vice President Kamala Harris to end immigration. He traveled to Guatemala and Mexico this month and told those who want to be safe: “Do not come back.”
The comments criticized the migrants, who said the rescue was a fundamental right under international law and urged Biden’s administration to live up to their promise to stop following Trump’s policies.
Many asylum seekers have arrived at the U.S. border in recent months from southern Mexico and the so-called “Northern Triangle” of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, which are experiencing violence, economic hardship, and devastation. the effects of a recent hurricane.