Biden administration restarts controversial immigration policy at US-Mexico border

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Next week, the Biden administration will restart the Migrant Protection Protocols, a program also known as “Remain in Mexico," because it makes many asylum-seekers remain in Mexico to wait out their court cases. It’s controversial because many people who have stayed in Mexico have faced danger as they wait in some of the most violent and cartel-controlled parts of the country. The World’s immigration editor Monica Campbell reports.  

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