Why do people seek asylum in the U.S.? | America Reports

Why do people seek asylum in the U.S.? | America Reports

ICE received a record number of asylum claims last year. What does the process of seeking asylum look like? Why are people willing to risk their lives and what are they leaving behind? Senior Editor J.D. Long-Garcia visits with asylum seeks in Laredo, Texas to find out what their journey to asylum looks like.

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J Cosgrove
2 months 4 weeks ago

Well done and fairly balanced. Argues not by the author but by intimation that the US should take over these countries like is done in Puerto Rico and Guam so that the dysfunctional nature there can be eliminated.

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