Feds Urged to Stop Sending Pregnant Women Back to Mexico

One pregnant woman seeking asylum in the U.S. was sent back to Mexico after having escaped kidnappers there just four months earlier. Another went into labor in a makeshift immigrant camp near the international bridge linking the Mexican city of Matamoros with Brownsville, Texas, as other women in the camp came to her aid.

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Refuge-Seekers Suffer a US Bait & Switch

Julio Lopez and his family faced a decision when they reached the U.S. border to seek asylum: cross illegally or follow government instructions to stay in Mexico, even if it meant waiting for months. The Salvadoran family waited to make their case, only to find out the Trump administration is no longer allowing in people like them.

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