News of relief for refugees coming to the US, 2 more policies of the Trump administration ended
Washington: The US government has scrapped two policies of former President Donald Trump’s administration that made it difficult for immigrants affected by the violence to seek refuge in the United States. Attorney General Merrick Garland has issued a new policy calling on immigration judges to stop enforcing Trump-era rules that make it difficult for immigrants facing asylum in the United States to seek refuge in the United States. Has created.
The move will help them win their humanitarian affairs. It has also been widely welcomed by immigrant lawyers. Kate Meloye Goetel, legal director of litigation at the U.S. Immigration Council, said: It was one of the worst decisions the Trump administration has ever made to seek asylum and is the first significant step toward ending it.
Attorney General Merrick Garland said he made the changes after US President Joe Biden ordered his office and the Department of Homeland Security to draft immigration laws to address the complexities of asylum seekers. Have been