Trump wants to tighten the system of asylum for migrants

US President Donald Trump signed a Memorandum aimed at tightening the system of asylum for migrants.

The document will allow “to more effectively monitor and expel illegal migrants who do not meet the criteria and do not meet the requirements” provided by the asylum rules, the White House noted.

Trump instructed to take some measures to tighten these rules. Among it is the proposal to charge for applications for asylum and work permits and to revoke immediately work permits for foreigners who have received a final expulsion order.

In addition, the US President proposes to introduce a requirement that all asylum applications considered in immigration courts within 180 days from the date of their submission. In addition, Trump instructed the Secretary of homeland security to give priority to the appointment of immigration officers.

Earlier, the States said that they will send back to Mexico migrants who have applied to the US authorities for asylum, at the time of consideration of their case.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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