Deportation Orders Spike for Latinos Who Sought Asylum

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The rate of in absentia deportation orders by immigration courts are increasing as judges work to resolve the asylum cases of families who streamed across the Southwest border since 2014, reports The Marshall Project. Tens of thousands of families from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, and some from Mexico, came here citing their need for protection . . .

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