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US Trump Fee Hikes for ‘Vulnerable’ Migrants Blocked by U.S. Judge

05:40  30 september  2020
05:40  30 september  2020 Source:   bloomberg.com

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A federal judge questioned the Trump administration’ s elimination of a poverty waiver from the 5 fee for naturalization applications after immigration advocacy groups complained that a new rule will bar thousands A border fence that separates the U . S . and Mexico stands in Sunland Park, New Mexico.

The fee hike comes days before the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on the validity of ICE agents were deployed to the southwestern border this year to conduct DNA tests on migrants to She described the naturalization fee increases as part of “a pattern of attack” by the Trump

(Bloomberg) -- A federal judge blocked the Trump administration from immediately jacking up the fees immigrants pay when they come to the U.S.

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U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White in Oakland, California, wrote in a 35-page opinion that the proposed fees would “prevent vulnerable and low-income applications from applying for immigration benefits” and “block access to humanitarian protections.”

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A federal judge blocked the Trump administration’ s elimination of a poverty waiver from the 5 fee for naturalization applications after immigration U . S . District Judge Maxine Chesney in San Francisco ordered a nationwide injunction at a hearing Monday, saying the government didn’t follow the proper

A U . S . judge on Friday blocked a Trump administration rule that would have allowed indefinite detention of migrant families, saying it was U . S . President Donald Trump has made cracking down on immigration a hallmark of his presidency, and administration officials have repeatedly referred to

The new fees were to have taken effect Oct. 2. One raised the price for naturalization from $640 to $1,170. Another required asylum seekers to pay $550 for an employment authorization document.

The judge also said he had doubts about the legality of new fees in light of the fact that they were approved by appointees of President Donald Trump who were not confirmed by the Senate. The two are Chad Wolf, acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, and Kevin McAleenan, the former acting secretary of the department.

“The court concludes the public has an interest in avoiding overreach of executive power with respect to appointments that require the informed consent of the Legislative branch,” the judge wrote.

Representatives of the Citizenship and Immigration Services didn’t immediately respond to a request for a comment.

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