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Giovani, with his son Jonathan (center), and twin daughters Catherine and Carla at a shelter in Ciudad Juárez. Giovani says that care has been hard for the family to get in Juárez. Paul Ratje for NPR hide caption

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'Vulnerable' Migrants Should Be Exempt From 'Remain In Mexico,' But Many Are Not

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Immigrant Advocates Plan To Challenge New Trump Administration Asylum Rule

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Trump Administration Announces New Rule For Asylum-Seekers

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Critics Say DHS Is Not Keeping Vulnerable Migrants Safe By Sending Them To Mexico

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The raids will target immigrant communities in 10 major cities, including New York, Los Angeles and Houston. Charles Reed/AP hide caption

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ICE Raids Expected To Target Recently Arrived Migrant Families In 10 Cities

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ICE Used Driver's Licenses To Spot Immigration Violators, Advocates Want Change

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­Nomehí, a 24-year-old migrant from Honduras, was separated from her 15-year-old brother at the time they crossed the border. He has been reunited with their mother, while she feels stuck at a migrant shelter in Mexico. Paul Ratje for NPR hide caption

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Migrant Caregivers Separated From Children At Border, Sent Back to Mexico

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The Inspector General at the Department of Homeland Security observed overcrowding of families on June 10 at a detention center in McAllen, Texas. The OIG issued a blistering report raising concerns that overcrowding and prolonged detention represent an immediate risk to DHS agents and detainees. Office of Inspector General hide caption

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DHS Inspector General Finds 'Dangerous Overcrowding' In Border Patrol Facilities

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Genero, a migrant from Guatemala, walks through the pedestrian entrance at the Paso del Norte International Bridge in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, on his way to immigration court in El Paso, Texas. Paul Ratje for NPR hide caption

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Fear, Confusion And Separation As Trump Administration Sends Migrants Back To Mexico

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The entrance to the Border Patrol station in Clint, Texas, where reporters were given a tour following outrage over reports of unsanitary detention conditions for migrant children being housed at the Border Patrol facility near El Paso. Cedar Attanasio/AP hide caption

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Trump Administration's 'Remain In Mexico' Policy Leaves Migrants Confused, Scared

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Reporters Tour Texas Holding Facility For Migrant Children

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