DHS says it will abide by court order blocking Biden's ICE restrictions as appeal proceeds
Added 06-25-22 05:29:01pm EST - “DHS on Saturday said that it will abide by a court ruling that struck down the Biden administration's significantly narrowed ICE enforcement priorities.” - Foxnews.com
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The Department of Homeland Security on Saturday said that it will abide by a court ruling that struck down the Biden administration’s significantly narrowed priorities for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) — saying agents will make decisions on a "case-by-case" basis as its appeal is heard.
"While the Department strongly disagrees with the Southern District of Texas’s court decision to vacate the Guidelines, DHS will abide by the court’s order as it continues to appeal it," DHS said in a statement.
The statement is in response to a ruling from Texas Judge Drew Tipton earlier this month that nullified the Biden administration’s memo that limits significantly which illegal immigrants the agency can arrest and deport. Tipton put a stay for seven days which is now expired, and the administration is appealing the ruling.
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