The Trump administration’s new rule that would limit asylum claims on the southern border to immigrants who enter through a designated port of entry was vacated by a Washington federal judge Friday.

U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss found President Donald Trump’s rule is both contrary to national immigration laws and violates the Administrative Procedures Act. As such, Moss said he is required to vacate the rule instead of issue a national injunction as the plaintiffs, all migrants, requested.

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