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Administration: Family Separations and Families

administration: Trump stopped family separations at the border earlier this year after a global outcry, but it was a federal judge who ruled the administration had to reunify the families, according to Vancouver Courier. Another judge rejected the administration's request to try to detain migrant families in long-term facilities. The administration argued that caravans of migrants approaching the southern border made the new restrictions immediately necessary.article continues below Trending Stories Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history Vancouver police ask for help finding suspect who pushed man into traffic VIDEO East Vancouver youth recovery home celebrates 30 years of hope Burnaby woman killed in suspicious crash was student support worker at Templeton secondary Whatever the scope of the President's authority, he may not rewrite the immigration laws to impose a condition that Congress has expressly forbidden, said Tigar, a nominee of former President Barack Obama. Monday's ruling remains in effect for one month, barring an appeal. Our asylum system is broken, and it is being abused by tens of thousands of meritless claims every year, the departments said. In limiting asylum, Trump used the same powers he used to impose a travel ban the third try was ultimately upheld by the Supreme Court.A joint statement by Homeland Security and the Justice Department said the Supreme Court had already shown the president had the legal right to restrict asylum. ( As reported in the news.