Judge blocks Trump immigration rule

Trump violated the law by declaring emergency to divert funds to border wall, judge rules

Trump violated the law by declaring emergency to divert funds to border wall, judge rules

Soon after, a federal judge in NY temporarily blocked the administration's rule that would deny visas to aspiring immigrants deemed likely to require government assistance, calling it "repugnant to the American Dream". Previously it applied to immigrants who would be primarily dependent on the government.

It will now be on hold while the underlying legal challenges proceed.

In California, US Judge Phyllis Hamilton found "the plaintiffs are likely to prevail on the merits, for numerous reasons". "It is repugnant to the American Dream of the opportunity for prosperity and success through hard work and upward mobility", Daniels wrote.

The County of El Paso and a firm known as Border Network for Human Rights sued Trump and the administration earlier this year, claiming the president violated the law when he declared a national emergency in utter to divert funds from the Division of Protection to bankroll the challenge.

Lawyers for Trump did now now not straight acknowledge to a requirement for observation.

A judge for the US District Court for the Western District of Texas issued a preliminary injunction Friday against President Donald Trump's proposed plan for funding the border wall for exceeding executive branch authority under the Appropriations Act. The judge's order was not final as he asked the parties to submit further filings to be considered over the next 15 days.

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