A Guatemalan mother facing death threats fled to El Paso with her son. A pandemic-era rule denied them refuge. - Eagle Pass Business Journal

Apr 06, 2022 View Original Article
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51% : She hopes the end of Title 42 means the friends she made at the Juárez shelter will get the same opportunity to request asylum, she said.
47% : Marysol Castro, an El Paso-based lawyer who agreed to represent Marleny and her son, said that while "remain in Mexico" isn't ideal, it gives migrants a chance to seek asylum unlike those expelled under Title 42.
38% : Marleny -- who asked to be identified only by her first name out of fear that her son in Guatemala could be endangered -- and her son were quickly sent across the international bridge to Ciudad Juárez under an emergency public health order called Title 42 that allows immigration officers to immediately remove migrants from the U.S. without allowing them to request asylum.
24% : Last week, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that it plans to drop the order on May 23 -- which drew immediate backlash from many Republicans who claim President Joe Biden has failed to control the southern border and that ending Title 42 will lure even more migrants.

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