Trump administration lawyers claim that immigration advocacy groups lack standing to sue to block recent changes to asylum policy.

Last week, nonprofit groups sued the Trump administration following a proclamation from President Donald Trump and an interim final rule from acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen barring asylum for people crossing the southern U.S. border outside of designated ports of entry.

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