Gustavo Solis

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Thousands of Ukrainians are trying to seek entry to the U.S. and are at the Mexican border. This raises questions over who is prioritized for political asylum.

Ukrainians seek asylum, sleep in makeshift camps at US-Mexico border

Thousands of Ukrainians are trying to seek entry to the U.S. and are at the Mexican border. This raises questions over who is prioritized for political asylum.

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