The restriction on asylum claims will seek to address what a senior administration official called the "historically unparalleled abuse of our immigration system" along the border with Mexico.
The move was spurred in part by caravans of Central American migrants slowly moving north on foot, but will apply to anyone caught crossing illegally, officials said.
The new rules will nearly certainly face court challenges.
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.
They said he would sign a proclamation Friday putting the new rules into effect before he leaves for a trip to Paris later in the day. "It is illegal to circumvent that by agency or presidential decree", Omar Jadwat, director of the American Civil Liberties Rights Project, said.
When asked whether the goal of funneling people to the ports of entry was aimed at reducing the number of people who claim asylum, given the slow process and legal backlog, a senior official said "the intention is to be able to more quickly arrive at a determination for those who have legit claims" adding that they are working on "staffing models to ensure that we can handle the claims we will be seeing".
The regulation would "channel inadmissible aliens to ports of entry, where they would be processed in a controlled, orderly, and lawful manner", according to the statement. But the busy ports of entry already have long lines and waits, forcing immigration officials to tell some migrants to come back to make their claims.
The announcement was the latest push to enforce Trump's hard-line stance on immigration through regulatory changes and presidential orders, bypassing 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.
"The biggest loophole drawing illegal aliens to our borders is the use of fraudulent or meritless asylum claims to gain entry into our great country", Mr. Trump said last week.
Trump said he was sending 15,000 active duty military to the border to deal with the problem, in what former President Barack Obama called a political 'stunt.' The troops began laying barbed wire as the migrants traveled toward the US on foot. The military is expected to have the vast majority of the more than 7,000 troops planned for the mission deployed by Monday, and that number could grow.
According to Bloomberg , Activision Blizzard's shares dropped 7.2 percent yesterday as a result of the Diablo Immortal backlash. The problem here isn't even really that it's a mobile game, it's the improper context Immortal came with.
Chinese authorities aim to complete the assembly of the space station by 2022 with a projected lifespan of around ten years. China announced earlier this year that they would allow other countries to conduct experiments on-board Tiangong .
Geneseo is making its second-consecutive NCAA appearance after advancing to the NCAA Tournament third round past year . The Cougars defeated California 4-2, tied No. 1 Stanford 1-1 and took care of Washington 3-1 on Friday.
The former Republican senator was active in the Trump campaign and had met twice with the Russian ambassador to the US. Despite Trump's criticism of the probe as a "witch-hunt", Sessions and Rosenstein both defended Mueller's integrity.
Fans of the American tv show Atlanta will recognize the voice of Lakeith Stanfield who will be voicing protagonist Yasuke . As for Altered Carbon , production on season two is thought to be underway with estimations of a late 2019 release date.
Now in his fourth year in the league, Rozier is averaging 7.5 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 22 minutes off of the bench. With Irving still around, it would be hard to justify paying a backup point guard that much money.
The first is a full-screen experience, which blocks use of the app until the update downloads and installs. Its not just a simple rebranding, Google also redesigned the app to put your content front and center.
One thing that isn't open for debate - the Lakers needed Chandler on Wednesday night. "I think it helps stabilise us", he said. Chandler is in his 18th season after entering the National Basketball Association draft out of high school in 2001.
A sheriff's captain says eleven people were shot late Wednesday when a suspect opened fire in a crowded Southern California bar. The highway patrolman cleared the perimeter and pulled Helus out, and waited as a SWAT team and scores more officers arrived.
Update: Frigate understood to sustain stb bow hull breach with massive water ingress, she's said to develop heavy bow tilt. The £500 million Helge Instad was launched in 2007 and is one of five Fridtjof Nansen-class frigates operated by Norway.
California shooting: what we know about the gunman
The weapon usually holds 10 rounds and one in the chamber, but the gunman used an extended magazine in this shooting , Dean said. Long was found dead by police in an office at the bar and is believed to have shot himself, Dean said.
White House accused of tweeting doctored video of CNN reporter
But even video is subject to dispute: Users on Twitter began to say that the video Sanders shared was doctored and misleading. Shortly afterward, CNN said : "In an explanation, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders lied". "I worked with Jim @ Acosta at CNN .
AMD Announces Zen 4 Microarchitecture Under Development
When it comes to floating point per socket performance, it's a huge 4x leap over the previous generation EPYC processor . If the claims hold up, the second-generation processor has a shot at being the highest performing datacenter CPU in 2019.
Poop in hand, Bill Gates backs China's toilet revolution
Every dollar invested in sanitation yields about $5.50 in global economic returns, according to the World Health Organization. The entrepreneur described the inventions on display as the "most significant advances in sanitation in almost 200 years".