Immigrant advocates denounced the administration's move as unlawful, and said the plan to funnel migrants to ports of entry was just a way to cut asylum claims overall.
The new rule comes as a so-called caravan of migrants from Central America travels north by foot through Mexico to the USA border.
The president has declared immigrants are abusing America's generous asylum system, claiming the United States' asylum rules are the "biggest loophole drawing illegal aliens to our borders".
Immigrant advocacy groups have complained that under Trump, U.S. border police have made it more hard for people to cross into the country at ports of entry and have outright turned away some migrants.
The regulations released, in conjunction with an order expected to be signed by President Donald Trump, would effectively ban migrants who cross the U.S. border with Mexico illegally from qualifying for asylum. "It is illegal to circumvent that by agency or presidential decree".
"U.S. law specifically allows individuals to apply for asylum whether or not they are at a port of entry".
The rule, which prevents migrants from claiming asylum if they do not do so at an official border crossing, is the latest attempt by the White House to handle a surge in migration to the USA from the Central American countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
On a call with reporters Thursday, senior administration officials emphasized that point, claiming that it would mean asylum claims will be handled more efficiently.
Administration officials said those denied asylum under the proclamation may be eligible for similar forms of protection if they fear returning to their countries, though they would be subject to a tougher threshold.
In 2018, border patrols registered more than 400,000 illegal border crossers, homeland security said. Mr. Trump claims he can accomplish this through an executive order, rather than with a constitutional amendment through Congress.
In nearly 50 percent of cases where Central American migrants passed their initial asylum-seeking screening, the migrant never appeared for their asylum hearing or did not even file an asylum application. More than 7,000 active duty troops could eventually be deployed, Defense Department officials said.
Drawing on national security powers, the Departments of Homeland Security and Justice issued a fast-track rule barring immigrants from seeking asylum if they first enter the US illegally.
This is expected to put a dent in those streaming into an already overburdened system, officials said, noting that there is a backlog of more than 700,000 cases in the immigration courts. A report by the left-leaning Washington Office on Latin America suggested that "the number of unaccompanied children and family members admitted to the ports of entry, mainly for protection requests, plummeted by 42 percent from May to June".
Warner Bros.' Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald has debuted on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes with a 56% "rotten". The 36-year-old actor was joined by his co-stars Alison Sudol , Callum Turner , Katherine Waterston and Dan Fogler .
But it's unclear what additional charges prosecutors are pursuing and how much of it pertains to the president personally. It's not clear that Whitaker will need to step aside, and there were no signs Thursday that he meant to do so.
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No word yet if the show's original stars, such as Bryan Cranston , Aaron Paul or Anna Gunn, will be involved. Spoiler alert: White died at the end of the series, which aired in the United States on cable network AMC.
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Nevertheless he appealed to Republicans not "beholden" to Donald Trump to reign in any attempt to fire Mueller. One of the exceptions, Senator Susan Collins, said non-interference in the Mueller probe was "imperative".
NBC's Peter Alexander defended Acosta, saying he is a diligent reporter, but Trump told Alexander he wasn't a fan of his, either. Sanders, who has not said where the tweeted video came from, said it clearly shows Acosta made contact with the intern.
Pas de supporters stéphanois pour le derby — ASSE
La décision est tombée: les supporters de l'ASSE ne pourront pas se rendre officiellement à Décines, le 23 novembre pour le derby. Le club attend de recevoir la notification de cette sanction pour en connaître les motivations et décider d'un éventuel appel.
White House bans CNN reporter Jim Acosta after Trump row
Both Sanders and Watson used the clip to attack Acosta , but the 15-second video has been distorted to make Acosta look menacing. Sanders alleged that Acosta "placed his hands" on a White House intern during a testy exchange with President Donald Trump .