Biden Administration Restarts Trump-Era Immigration Policy

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The controversial “Remain in Mexico” policy requires asylum seekers to stay across the border while their cases are processed. The Biden administration insists it wants to end the policy but a court order is forcing the Department of Homeland Security to restart it.

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