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Tania and her husband, Joseph, initially had to stay just across the border in Mexico under a Trump administration program that requires thousands of people to wait in northern Mexico cities while their immigration cases are heard in U.S. courts. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Tania and Joseph's 3-year-old daughter, Sofia, plays with a car in the shade at a shelter in Juárez, Mexico, last week. Sofia has a serious heart condition and had a heart attack. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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3-Year-Old Asked To Pick Parent In Attempted Family Separation, Her Parents Say

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Attorney Linda Rivas (right) with the nonprofit Las Americas of El Paso meets with a transgender migrant woman sent back to Mexico as part of the Trump administration's "Remain in Mexico" policy. Monica Ortiz Uribe for NPR hide caption

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Trump Administration's 'Remain In Mexico' Program Tangles Legal Process

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