Trump Administration Tightening Rules For Asylum Seekers

In the fight to be sure that coming to America is really done right and well, the Trump Administration has been pretty compassionate to asylum seekers, or at least those who claim that is why they are coming to America. They haven’t been completely shut out, and with the help of our neighbors to the south, those who really are escaping unbearable conditions are getting a chance to come into the promised land.

However, there really are so many people requesting asylum that we in the United States are going to need some help from more of our friends to accommodate them. That being the case, the Trump Administration has made a new rule.

In a fast-track regulation set to publish in the Federal Register on Tuesday, the administration has created a framework that will allow asylum seekers to be sent to other nations that have negotiated bilateral agreements to accept them.

Previously, officials in the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump have argued that migrants with a valid need for asylum should seek protection in the first ‘safe’ country where they have the chance to apply, since many migrants travel through multiple countries on their way to the U.S. border.

However, the new regulation states that asylum seekers may be sent to any other countries with which the United States has asylum agreements that permit such an action – even if they did not first transit through those nations.

There is any number of factions who are not going to be happy with that rule, that’s for sure.

What is most important in this immigration and asylum fight is the reality that We the People hired President Trump and his team to serve the US and OUR NEEDS, not those of the rest of the world. That is something the social justice sorts just don’t want to be the case as they play on guilt to get Americans to turn our backs on our own sovereignty.


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