The Nation’s Supreme Court of Justice (known in Spanish as SCJN) presented the update of the protocol to judge cases involving migrants and persons subject to international protection, which contains legal guidelines for the processing and resolution of these cases.
On a broadcasted line, the minister Juan Luis González Alcántara Carrancá pointed out that the protocol is a practical tool for the rights of migrants that contributes to the protection of the minorities.
Alcántara specified that talking about migrants, asylees, refugees and their rights protects the human dignity of “all these people fleeing the scourge of armed conflicts, suffocating poverty or oppressive political and social circumstances that have forced them to take great risks to go to other countries, always hoping for a new beginning “
Can the deported request asylum? Can immigration judge rulings be reviewed? The Supreme Court will Decide.
-The highest court of justice has two key rulings in its hands. In one, they will decide whether foreigners who have already been deported can seek asylum if the circumstances of their cases have changed significantly. In the other, if the federal courts have jurisdiction to review judgments of the Court of Immigration Appeals.
The highest court of justice in the United States has two cases in its hands involving immigrants who are struggling with not being deported and to be able to remain legally in the United States.
On one hand, they will decide whether foreigners who have already been deported can apply forasylum again if they allege credible fear and the circumstances of their cases have changed significantly.
In the other, they will decide whether federal courts have jurisdiction to review judgments issued by the Court of Immigration Appeals.
The decision in both cases will impact in the immediate future hundreds, perhaps thousands of non-citizens, mainly those who have lost asylum cases or were expelled from the border in an expedited manner when they arrived seeking protection from the federal government.
SEGOB declares an alert of violence against women in six municipalities of Baja California
The Interior Ministry (known in Spanish as SEGOB) declared an Alert of Gender Violence against Women (known in Spanish as AVGM) in six municipalities of Baja California, including Ensenada, Mexicali, Playas de Rosarito, San Quintín, Tecate y Tijuana, due to the prevalence of high rates of femicidal violence.
The resolution of the declaration includes ten prevention measures, 11 of security, 13 of justice and five of reparation of damage, which mark the route for the eradication of feminicidal violence in the state.
According to CONAVIM, from 2015 to 2020 more than 6 thousand women have disappeared in Baja California.
Since February 26, 2020, the Human Rights Commission of the State of Baja California ( (known in Spanish as CEDHBC) submitted a request for a declaration of AVGM for femicidal violence for the state of Baja California and it was this June 25, 2021 that it was ruled in favor. According to article 22 of the General Access Law, the Gender Violence Alert is defined as the set of emergency government actions to confront and eradicate feminicidal violence in a given territory, whether carried out by individuals or by the community itself.
In Baja California, the Interinstitutional and Multidisciplinary Group will be constituted to monitor and evaluate the actions undertaken by the State and Municipal Governments to attend to the implementation of the measures established in this AVGM Declaration.