Court-Ordered Relaunch of Remain in Mexico Policy Tweaks
The Supreme Court rejected an injunction that halted the Biden administration from lifting “Remain in Mexico,”
Formally known as Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP).
Since the Biden administration can now end MPP, the administration will wait until the Supreme Court’s decision is communicated to the lower court for the federal District Court and the Northern District of Texas to lift its injunction.
Until the policy is lifted, migrants will continue to go through immigration enforcement proceedings.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said that the program “has endemic flaws and causes unjustifiable human tragedy.”