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Border Angels, a non-profit organization helping migrants

Hundreds of migrants are living in makeshift tents along the bridge that connects Mexico with Texas as they wait their turn to request asylum or get word on their case.The number has been growing since the Trump administration began sending asylum-seekers back to Mexico after making their initial claim, a new policy that went into effect

Border Angels, a non-profit organization helping migrants

Hundreds of migrants are living in makeshift tents along the bridge that connects Mexico with Texas as they wait their turn to request asylum or get word on their case.The number has been growing since the Trump administration began sending asylum-seekers back to Mexico after making their initial claim, a new policy that went into effect

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