Trump's travel ban
(1) was just one of many policies he implemented to keep immigrants out of the U.S. It denied visas to citizens of seven countries with majority-Muslim populations, while his “Migration Protection Protocols”
(2) (also known as his "remain in Mexico" policy), force all asylum-seeking Central American migrants to return to Mexico for indefinite amounts of time while their asylum claims are processed. This policy violates
(3) U.S. and international law, and has sent more than 60,000
(4) migrants back to Mexico to await the results of their applications. There, they live in makeshift encampments or shelters, rely on volunteers for basic necessities, and have very little means to handle major public health crises, such as the Covid-19 pandemic.