The Department of Homeland Security is preparing to revive the Migrant Protection Protocols policy under a federal court order, it was announced by the department on Thursday.
The MPP, more commonly known as the “Stay in Mexico” policy, demands that many migrants seeking asylum stay in Mexico while awaiting their immigration hearings. The Biden administration has repeatedly tried to crack down on politics, but in August, a federal judge in Texas ordered the program restored.
The new iteration of the MPP will include several important changes, including that trials “generally” would end after six months, increased transparency for migrants enrolled in the MPP, improved asylum cases and greater access to legal advice before and during immigration interviews and hearings for them. in the program.
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