This decision was made by former president-appointed Judge Drew Tipton United States of America Donald Trump. Thus, the new administration’s measures to suspend the deportation of some immigrants on the territory of the United States are banned for 14 days. The Biden administration is expected to appeal the ruling.

During the campaign, Biden promised a 100-day ban on deportations. This approach is in stark contrast to that of Trump.

After a Democrat took office last week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) ordered a halt to some deportations to enable the department to respond faster to “operational challenges” at the US-Mexico border during the coronavirus pandemic.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a formal complaint against the document on Friday. He pointed out that the measures that the US government is planning will significantly increase the costs of education and health care as more immigrants will remain in Texas illegally.

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