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US Supreme Court Stays Lifting of Title 42

PULSE NEWS MEXICO Just hours before Title 42, a Donald Trump-era measure that requires undocumented migrants seeking political asylum in the United States to remain in Mexico while awaiting a court decision on their eligibility, was due to expire, U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts temporarily extended the measure late Monday, Dec. 19. The last-minute ruling blocks the pandemic-era border

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Mexico Will Accept Up to 24,000 Venezuelans Expelled from the US

By MARK LORENZANA The Mexican government will accept up to 24,000 Venezuelan migrants expelled from the United States. Under the agreement announced last week by U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration, Venezuelans who walk or swim across the southern border of the United States will be deported, and any Venezuelan who enters Mexico or Panama illegally will not be eligible to

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US Border Town Braces for More Migrants as Partisan Fights Rage on

XINHUA HIDALGO, Texas — It’s a scene straight out of a “Mission: Impossible” episode: A helicopter hovers at low altitude above a roadside jungle while several officers search on foot along the bush edges with a dozen vehicles from multiple law enforcement agencies stopping by. But for people living in Hidalgo, a county near the U.S.-Mexico border with Texas, the

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US to Stop Receiving Ukrainian Migrants Entering from Mexico

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF The Joe Biden administration on Thursday, April 21, announced that it will simplify the legal processing of Ukrainian refugees seeking asylum from Europe, but will no longer allow migrants from that war-torn country to enter from Mexico. The new streamlined program, due to take effect on Monday, April 25, will fast-track some 100,000 refugee

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