REPORT: California judge again blocks Trump administration’s new asylum rule nationwide

SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

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A federal judge in California reimposed a nationwide injunction blocking the Trump administration from enforcing severe new rules for migrants seeking asylum at the southern border, a setback for the president as he seeks to crack down on illegal immigration.

The Monday ruling from U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar blocking the restrictions nationwide for a second time comes after the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last month narrowed the scope of the injunction to apply only within the circuit, which includes the border states of California and Arizona. As a result of the 9th Circuit’s order, the asylum policy could take effect in Texas and New Mexico.

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But the 9th Circuit said the federal district court would retain jurisdiction to “further develop the record in support of a preliminary injunction extending beyond the Ninth Circuit.”

Tigar, appointed by President Barack Obama, noted in his ruling that the organizations challenging the new rule serve clients “within and outside of the 9th Circuit” and have “presented sufficient evidence that they will suffer organizational and diversion of resource harms unless the rule is enjoined outside of, as well as within, the 9th Circuit.”

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