Trump Strikes Safe Third Country Agreement With Guatemala

This moots both the injunction in the 9th Circuit Circus, and the case in DC.
US Immigration Code and International law have an clause in them that a safe third country agreement is a hard bar to coming to another nation after passing through a ‘safe third country’ and applying for asylum.
Rumor control has it that President Trump threatened to cut off all remittances (money sent home by migrant workers and illegals)

President Donald Trump announced Friday that he struck a deal with Guatemala for the Central American country to serve as a safe third country for asylum seekers.

Under a safe third country agreement, Guatemala would be required to accept some asylum seekers within its own borders, helping to stem the overflow of migrants headed toward the southern U.S. border. A migrant from Honduras, for example, would first seek asylum in Guatemala or Mexico before the U.S