A federal judge in Texas on Friday temporarily blocked the U.N. refugee agency from processing claims of people from the U.”s temporary protected status, the first such case in Texas in nearly two years.”
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The refugees are fleeing war, persecution, and genocide.
They are fleeing for their lives and for their childrens futures.
Their lives are in danger.
We should not turn a blind eye to the plight of refugees fleeing from war and persecution.”
The refugees’ case was filed in Texas by U.L.A. attorney Matthew Pincus and U.C.
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The case was scheduled to be heard next week but the judge said she could delay it if there is a “reasonable” chance that the agency would be denied refugee status.
Koh did not specify when the case would be rescheduled.
Pincus said he had received a “strong signal” from the United Nations that it will grant asylum to the people from Canada and Mexico, but he would not speculate on what the U N would decide.
Piers Morgan on Thursday suggested the U U. N. refugee claim was unlikely to succeed.
“There’s no doubt that there’s a strong signal that the United States will not grant a refugee claim.
The people from those countries are not the kind of people who can easily be identified,” Morgan said on Fox News.