Separated Migrant Families May Get 2nd Shot at Asylum in US
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The Trump administration has reached a settlement agreement with lawyers representing migrant families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border that may give the families a second chance to claim asylum in the U.S., NBC News reported.

Many parents had felt pressured to drop asylum cases in order to see their children again or said they were misled into thinking that leaving their children in the U.S. was the only way they could be reunited. Jumbotron Crashes Onto Basketball Court at GW The...

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