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Title 42 immigration policy expiring: Things to know

May 11, 2023 View Original Article
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    -12% Somewhat Liberal

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    95% ReliableExcellent

  • Policy Leaning

    -12% Somewhat Liberal

  • Politician Portrayal

    -29% Negative

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52% : Those seeking asylum will be required to apply online or seek protection in a country they passed through, according to NPR.
49% : The number of migrants apprehended at the southern border topped 10,000 per day this week, according to Reuters.
45% : Among those expelled were people seeking asylum.
43% : Restrictions that allowed the U.S. to turn migrants away at the southern border amid the coronavirus pandemic are set to expire late on Thursday after three years in effect.
36% : Officials are also putting into effect a new rule presuming that people who enter the country illegally are ineligible for asylum, which would allow the U.S. "to remove individuals who do not establish a reasonable fear of persecution in the country of removal."
23% : "Unlike under Title 42, an individual who is removed under Title 8 is subject to at least a five-year bar on re-entry into the United States and can face criminal prosecution if they attempt to cross again," Mayorkas said Wednesday.

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