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The 9th Circuit’s decision yesterday to allow MPP/Remain in Mexico to go forward pending appeal is surprising.

Perhaps the least surprising part is the Circuit disagreed w/the lower court’s interpretation of the confusing provision of federal immigration law on which it’s based.
But I am shocked they thought notice and comment procedures weren’t merited considering the elaborate and detailed procedural changes required to pull off MPP.

Not the least of which is the creation of an entirely new fear interview: the MPP assessment.
And the court seems to be operating off of misinformation on Mexico’s role— or perhaps information we don’t have.

Many MPP participants have not received humanitarian visas nor work authorization. As of now, we have no indication Mexico intends to regularly issue either.
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