Judicial brake on migrants seeking asylum in the US.

Federal judge prohibits Biden from ending the Title 42. The measure will remain in force and thousands of migrants will be returned without being able to request asylum at the border.

By Maria T. Morales

U.S – The hopes of thousands of migrants, looking for a legal way to live in the United States, after crossing irregularly, vanished today when a judge ruled that now is not the time to end the title 42 that stops any possibility of requesting asylum within the American nation.

Title 42, established as a sanitary measure expired next Monday, but 24 states of the American union, among those, Texas, Arizona and Louisiana, they filed a lawsuit against that today was resolved in favor by Louisiana federal judge Robert Summerhays.

Texas Governor Gregg Abbott celebrated the judicial resolution while in the border area thousands regretted such decision.

Federal judge prohibits Biden from ending the Title 42. The measure will remain in force and thousands of migrants will be returned without being able to request asylum at the border.

Between January and March of this year, on the US-Mexico border. some were arrested 59 a thousand people. During the same period last year, they withheld some 30 thousand.