Mexican seekers of asylum campgrounds near Paso del Norte International Borderline crossing the bridge while waiting to apply for asylum to the U.S. is evicted by local authorities, who will move them to a local shelter, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on 07 May 1 2020. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
(Reuters) – A federal judge who ruled that the management of U.S. President Donald Trump is in action in his jurisdiction when it comes to splitting families at the U.S.-Mexico border without any violation of “right for family integrity”.
“…. The court sees the applicant in general the implementation of their decision to separate the family at the border in accordance with the plaintithe’s rights to the family integrity and court orders… “, United States District Court Judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego said in a 26-page decision.
In July 7, the American Civil Liberations Coalition (ACLU) declared that the Government had separated families, making exceptions to commit to the end of practice.
In Jun. 2018, Sabraw has ruled that U.S. immigration agents may no longer have immigrant parents and children to encounter illegally across the border from Mexico, and must reunite families that have been split up in custody.
Back then, the judges granted a preliminary injunction ACLU in a lawsuit filed through family separation.
The second day ruling added that the court should reject “second-guessing” decisions made by the Government that they are exercising “discretion and judgment in a…