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Supreme Court Eases Biden’s Way to Ending “Remain in Mexico” Program, but Termination Is Not a Done Deal

The Supreme Court’s decision confirmed that the INA does not bar an end to the MPP, but the district court must still determine whether Secretary of Homeland Security Mayorkas’s October 2021 memorandum provided an adequate explanation for the shift under the APA.


D.C. Circuit Rules That Public Health Law Empowers Government to Expel Asylum-Seekers—But Not to Countries Where They Face Persecution or Torture

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit recently ruled in a challenge to a policy of expelling asylum-seekers at the border during the coronavirus pandemic, offering partial victories both to the government and to those challenging the measure.

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