A highly unusual order was issued by the Supreme Court on a pending immigration case which may limit the powers of President Donald Trump to pick put certain non-citizens who may not be eligible to stay in the country.
The case was heard by the court, which was brought because of challenge put in by thousands of immigrants. Most of these people are living legally in the US. Unfortunately, these people are living in detention with no opportunity to appeal for their release in front of the judge.
These people either have criminal backgrounds or have been apprehended at the border. The task of the high court was to find out the limitations that are there, if any, for granting this authority.
Take the case of Alejandro Rodriguez, who is facing deportation for two minor offences, joyriding with a teenager and a drug charge, even though he has the legal right to live in the country.
Back in November, the more conservative members of the Supreme Court were not in the mood to look into this constitutional issue. They are looking for an easier solution for these cases by looking back in the similar cases that were in favor of the detainees.
To resolve the present controversy, an earlier immigration dispute was taken up by the justice. The justice bench of the Supreme Court does not want to have a 4 – 4 split is it may directly affect the incoming Donald Trump administration.
It remains to be seen as to what happens in future to the fate of the people who are detained for wrong reasons. It is clear that it will be very difficult for Donald Trump administration to work by completely wiping out 11 million undocumented immigrants who are living in US.
There are many companies who have employed these people and moving them away means that there will be a setback in the GDP of the country, something which the new president may not wish to happen in this troubled time.
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