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Title 42 Defendant hundreds of thousands of migrants the chance of asylum in the United States-under reference to Corona risk. But even after the pandemic abbey, the regulation remains in force. This was confirmed by the Supreme Court.

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human rights organizations has long been sharply criticizing the regulation. They argue that people under a health policy pretext are taken the right to apply for asylum. However, despite these objections, the Supreme Court of the USA has stopped the abolition of a stripping settlement, which has been in force in 2020 since the climax of the Corona crisis.

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With a majority of five to four judges, the Supreme Court of the United States gave an application from 19 US states on Tuesday. They had declared that in the event of a cancellation of the regulation known under the name Title 42, a rush of migrants would be imminent.

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The court ruled that the regulation introduced under the former President Donald Trump up to a fundamental judgment on a lawsuit against plans by the US government under President Joe Biden would remain in force to abolish Title 42. The negotiations on this should begin in February.

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The regulation introduced in March 2020 stipulates that migrants taken on the US border to Mexico must be rejected immediately in order to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. Based on Title 42, hundreds of thousands of people have already been deported to the southern border of the United States.

The judgment of the Supreme Court could now give Bidens government until May or June before a final decision is made.

Trump's successor Joe Biden still stuck to the rule for a long time. In April, the government announced that he wanted to cancel the rule in May. However, this was blocked by a federal judge in the south state Louisiana after a lawsuit of conservatively ruled states - Title 42 remained in force.

In November, a federal judge in the capital Washington ruled that the regulation had to be lifted. Title 42 should have ended on Wednesday before Christmas.

Conservative States moved against this decision in court

conservatively ruled states by urgent in front of the Supreme Court. On December 19, they had already achieved a first legal success: the Supreme Court initially suspended the cancellation. In the run -up to the judgment,

observers had feared that a lifting of Title 42 would lead to a further massive increase in the arrival of refugees and migrants who wanted to get to the USA via Mexico. The number of people picked up on the border with Mexico has already risen significantly in Biden's term.

The refugee and migration policy is a politically highly charged topic in the United States. Trump's Republicans accuse Biden and his Democrats to let people uncontrolled people into the country and thus harm the United States.

'A lone Trump-appointed judge in Texas' should not have the ability to block student-loan forgiveness for millions of Americans, says a Democratic lawmaker introducing a bill to stop it from happening again .
"The hopes of millions of Americans with debilitating student debt were dashed by a single right-wing federal district court judge," Rep. Jones said.Last week, New York Rep. Mondaire Jones penned an opinion piece criticizing Republican-appointed judges' "unrestrained use of nationwide injunctions" to block Democratic policies. For example, federal Texas Judge Mark Pittman — appointed by former President Donald Trump — ruled President Joe Biden's plan to cancel student debt illegal in November, blocking the relief from reaching millions of Americans until the Supreme Court makes the final ruling on the policy's legality.

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