Migrant Mother And Her Lawyer Refused To Take ‘No’ For An Answer From U.S. Border Agents

“There’s been a trend, at least along the southwest border. They have not been subjecting pregnant women to MPP, and we’re going to make a request for her to be paroled in today based on her pregnancy.”

By Reynaldo Leaños Jr.September 9, 2019 9:30 am, , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

U.S. officials have sent more than 30,000 asylum-seeking migrants back to Mexico to wait for their immigration court dates. This is part of the Trump administration’s Remain in Mexico program. Pregnant women are among some of the people sent back. But one attorney from the Rio Grande Valley pushed back at the policy. She tried to get her client paroled and back into Texas.

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