Why Immigration Judge Rules Trump’s Muslim Ban Must Be Repealed

Washington, DC —  President Donald Trump’s latest executive order, issued on Saturday, requires all federal agencies to submit a list of all employees who are covered by the Executive Order on Immigration and Nationality (EOIRN) for possible removal from the country.

 “This list is the first step to ensuring that every immigrant who has been or is at risk of being removed from this country will have the opportunity to be heard by a judge who will be impartial and impartial in all cases involving immigration,” Trump wrote in a memo to the agencies, according to a copy of the order obtained by The Associated Press.

The order also directs the heads of federal agencies responsible for enforcing immigration laws to submit an annual report on their operations and operations reviews to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

“The OMB is required to provide this information to the president for his consideration,” Trump said in the memo, which was signed Saturday by Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke.

The OMI report will be reviewed for any deficiencies.

Trump’s executive order is one of several orders he has issued in the last three months, and it is expected to be the last.

Trump has repeatedly insisted that he will not rescind his executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, which the White House says was needed to stop the flow of migrants into the U.S. from the countries.

Trump’s order was issued just two days after the U