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Children of asylum-seekers, trapped in Mexico by Trump’s migrant protection protocols, are slipping away from their families and crossing the border alone.
U.S. border officials are putting fake addresses on asylum paperwork. When asylum seekers fail to show up for hearings, they are being deported in absentia.
An asylum officer with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services described being horrified by what the asylum interview process has become under Trump.
The U.S. government’s Migrant Protection Protocols, or “Remain in Mexico,” in fact puts migrants in grave danger.
The Department of Homeland Security appears ready to vastly expand the Migrant Protection Protocols with mass video hearings held in tents presided over by distant judges.