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well US Attorney General William Barr in his first immigration court ruling since taking office issued an order to keep my grains seeking asylum in jail indefinitely rather than releasing them on bond and of course %HESITATION asylum asylum is ridiculous situation the order is the latest move by the trump administration to clamp down on immigration at the southern border and to make good on the president's promise to end what's commonly known as catch and release %HESITATION to big con job that's what it is , an influx of migrants escaping violence and poverty in their home countries has come founded the trump administration and prompted a shake up at the department of homeland security or several top officials were forced out this month bars order on Tuesday which goes into effect in ninety days will almost certainly be challenged in court , earlier this year the trump administration launched an effort to return some asylum seekers to Mexico while they wait for their cases to be heard that policy has been challenged with a lawsuit Tuesday's ruling doesn't apply to migrants to apply for asylum at ports of entry along the border nor does it apply to unaccompanied children or families it applies to those who crossed illegally into the U. S. bar said those people will now be kept in detention centers or they can be given parole but that's on the discretion of the departments