Trump Implements STERN Changes for Asylum Seekers

The President has ordered new and stern changes to be added into the Asylum system for those trying to seek asylum from their home country.

WHITE HOUSE: A memo was put out by Homeland Security Secretary, Kevin McAleenan, and AG Barr, to further restrict the flow of asylum seekers.

The changes include application fees and work permit restraints.

The memo also directs officials to settle asylum case applications in immigration courts within 180 days of filing.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “The purpose of this memorandum is to strengthen asylum procedures to safeguard our system against rampant abuse of our asylum process,” The President stated.

The memo did not clarify exactly how the changes would be carried out in immigration courts, which have more than 800,000 pending cases and a backlog wait time of nearly two years.

Trump said that the Justice Department and Homeland Security Department have 90 days to develop proposals relating to Monday’s memo.


CONCLUSION: The President has put his foot down with the surge of illegal immigrants coming into America and has set new rules and changes in order to prevent illegal aliens coming in illegally.

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