A San Francisco-based federal judge on Monday reinstated a nationwide injunction against President Donald Trump's move to ban asylum seekers who
U.S. District Judge John Tigar issued orders after reviewing new orders in the ongoing third-party asylum process.
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The decision The second blockade of policy across the country comes after the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit narrowed the previous Tigar order in August. The 9th Circuit decision kept the policy blocked in Califo Rnia and Arizona, but allowed it to be implemented in Texas and New Mexico.
In July, the administration issued a new rapid asylum regulation to prevent migrants from seeking asylum in the United States if they first cross another country and do so "do not apply for protection in that nation.
Former President Barack Obama was earlier ordered to temporarily block the ban in July after finding that asylum for Central American migrants traveling to the US-Mexico border, the regulation is likely to be invalid because contradicts Tiger had also blocked an earlier ban on asylum by Trump, which banned asylum seekers crossing the border between ports of entry.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tiger's decision.