Donald Trump and Stephen Miller’s actions to cut immigration to America is working in unexpected ways….
The number of people coming to visit America is down….
That isn’t helping American tourism or some businesses….
The number people seeking asylum is up….
But something else is going on….
The Trump admin is actually being forced to carve out American Immigration legal policy by judges….
As the pushback come against their actions in the courts?
The Federal judges are doing the function that Congress isn’t….
In this case ?
A class action suit is seeking to set policy on if the President can enforce a policy of separation of family members for immigration policy….
A federal judge ruled Friday that potentially thousands of migrant families who were separated at the southern border under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy could be added to an existing class-action lawsuit.
U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw had ordered the administration last year to reunite over 2,800 migrant children who were separated from their families at the border. That order applied to those separated after June 26.
Sabraw’s latest order finds that his decision applies to those detained as early as July 1, 2017. The ruling comes in light of reports that families could have been separated as early as July 2017 before the policy was officially announced.
The decision allows potentially thousands of families who were separated in the 11-month gap to join the class-action lawsuit and sets up a hearing for later this month to determine if the Trump administration will have to identify the additional family members or even reunite them all….