Refugees seeking asylum in the United States now face an even more difficult process after President Trump signed a presidential proclamation limiting applications to official ports of entry. CNN explains:
The proclamation put into effect a new rule the Trump administration entered into the federal registry on Friday that would ban migrants from applying for asylum outside of official ports of entry. The American Civil Liberties Union has already called the rule “illegal,” and legal challenges are expected to follow.
However, The Daily Beast reports
that even those who are following the latest orders are being turned away because of bottlenecks resulting at official ports of entry. And HuffPost
has more on the ongoing fight to get justice for migrants being detained at the border by ICE.