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Biden administration to allow 25,000 asylum-seekers to cross US-Mexico border while cases are pending

Migrants will be processed for entry starting Feb. 19

By Greg Norman

Fox News

Around 25,000 asylum-seekers who were ordered under former President Donald Trump to wait in Mexico while U.S. immigration courts processed their requests will now be allowed to cross the border starting next week, the Biden administration announced Friday.

The Department of Homeland Security said the change in plans for those currently placed in Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) — often referred to as “Remain in Mexico” — will go into effect on Feb. 19. The Trump administration introduced the policy in January 2019…

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