Why are Afghans refugees but Haitians at the border are not? 

The World

There are tens of thousands of Afghan refugees residing at US military bases awaiting resettlement across America. Across the border from Texas, there are thousands of Haitians massed at the Mexican border hoping to claim asylum in the US. But current US immigration policy looks at the two groups very differently. Marco Werman speaks with Krish O'Mara Vignarajah, president of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, one of the nine agencies involved in resettling Afghan refugees across the United States.