Why Asylum seekers on either side of the southern border still face an uncertain future

In February, President Joe Biden announced plans to wind down "Remain in Mexico" – the Trump administration policy that forced tens of thousands of asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while immigration courts considered their cases. But thousands are still waiting in Mexico, and even those who’ve been allowed into the U.S. have an uncertain future. Amna Nawaz reports from El Paso, Texas

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