One taxi driver who ferries immigrants fleeing the US for Canada has learned how to urge them to 'Go, go, go!' in as many languages as he can
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America's immigration debate has largely revolved around the country's southern border in the last two years — but one tiny road leading from the US to Canada has become a small-scale immigration controversy of its own.

Migrants from around the world have been coming to a rural village in upstate New York for a chance to cross the border into Canada and seek asylum.

Along the way, they encounter taxi drivers who ferry them from the Greyhound bus station in Plattsburgh, up to the very edge of...

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