The U.S. Supreme Court plans to review in April the Biden Administration’s effort to unwind the Trump-era “remain in Mexico” border policy.
The program allows U.S. officials to send non-Mexican migrants to Mexico to await their U.S. immigration court hearings.
Lower courts have rejected the president’s attempts to stop the program, forcing the administration to re-institute the policy. Under the Trump administration, thousands of migrants were subject to the program and stayed in makeshift camps along the border often in dangerous conditions.
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