Asylum seekers at US-Mexico border in limbo under Trump policies

Some say the US dissuades migrants by making the asylum process in the US more bureaucratic.

    Hundreds of Central American asylum seekers on the US-Mexico border are in limbo under the Trump administration's hardline policies.

    The regulations require migrants to remain in Mexico for months, under sometimes precarious conditions, until their court dates.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from the Mexican border city of Tijuana.


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