Grace Meng

Human Rights Watch

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Grace Meng is a senior researcher in the US Program at Human Rights Watch, wherr=e she investigates abuses in the immigration system. She formerly practiced immigration law.

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Arrests at the border are way down, but seizures of immigrants in the interior of the country are up.

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