'No Information': Newsy Talks To Migrants Released Without Court Dates
The Biden administration is now releasing some asylum-seekers at the border without a court date, an unprecedented move amid a massive surge.
Newsy is on the ground in South Texas, where migrants are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in massive numbers. Shelters and processing systems in the area are so overwhelmed the Biden administration is scrambling to alleviate pressure, and releasing some migrants without court dates.
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