A New Migrant Resource Center in Sonoyta Reflects the Reality That Asylum Seekers Could Remain in Mexican Border Cities for the Long Term
The Border Chronicle is focusing this week on two Mexican border cities in the state of Sonora—Sonoyta and Nogales—and taking a closer look at how border residents are responding to the need of asylum seeking families who may be staying for months, even years as they wait for the U.S. to restore its asylum processing. Today, I write about the small town…
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