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Trump Wants to Extend How Long Asylum-Seekers Can’t Work
Trump Wants to Extend How Long Asylum-Seekers Can’t Work

According to reports, the Trump administration is planning to create a policy that will extend the length of time asylum-seekers are barred from working. The new plan is intended to serve as a deterrent to those who want to come to the United States to seek asylum. Under the ...

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