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AILA Doc. No. 16061461 | Dated June 15, 2016 | File Size: 2980 KDownload the Document
Thousands of Central American children, families, and single adults are fleeing life-threating violence that continues to escalate in the Northern Triangle region and are seeking asylum or other legal protection at our border. This AILA report highlights how our government’s current response undermines due process for asylum seekers. AILA recommends specific actions that the President or Congress can immediately take to restore due process and ensure that families and other vulnerable individuals are not returned to life-threatening danger.
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