Migrants race to US border as Title 42 pandemic restrictions expire, straining US immigration system

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49% : If it works, it could fundamentally alter how migrants come to the southern border.
47% : The Border Patrol stopped some 10,000 migrants on Tuesday -- nearly twice the average daily level from March and only slightly below the 11,000 figure that authorities have said is the upper limit of what they expect after Title 42 ends, one U.S. official said.
44% : While Title 42 prevented many from seeking asylum, it carried no legal consequences, encouraging repeat attempts.
43% : Migrants are now essentially barred from seeking asylum in the U.S. if they first didn't seek protection in the countries they traveled through or applied on line.
39% : After Thursday, migrants face being barred from entering the U.S. for five years and possible criminal prosecution.
39% : The Biden administration argues its rule is different because it's not an outright ban but a higher burden of proof to get asylum and it pairs restrictions with other newly opened legal pathways.
23% : But President Joe Biden, who is running for reelection, is facing withering criticism from migrant advocates who say he's abandoning more humanitarian methods and Republicans who claim he's soft on border security.

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