September 25, 2019
Big changes are coming for asylum seekers from El Salvador. The Trump administration says it struck a deal with the Central American country, similar to ones already in place for Guatemala and Mexico.
Mike Hethmon with the Immigration Reform Law Institute says they’ll either be sent back to El Salvador to await an asylum hearing, or sit in wait there if they’re just passing through. Read the full story at KTRH 740 Houston.
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