Nicole Ramos

attorney with Al Otro Lado

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Attorney with Al Otro Lado, representing asylum seekers traveling through Tijuana.

Nicole Ramos on KCRW

Several hundred undocumented immigrants are deported to Tijuana every day. Border officers take them across the border and drop them off. They’re left to start a new life.

How Tijuana became a 'city of exiles'

Several hundred undocumented immigrants are deported to Tijuana every day. Border officers take them across the border and drop them off. They’re left to start a new life.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Anyone who turns up at the U.S. border seeking asylum is supposed to be allowed in to plead their case. That’s U.S. and international law. But reports are surfacing that U.S.

Asylum seekers say border patrol agents are illegally turning them away

Anyone who turns up at the U.S. border seeking asylum is supposed to be allowed in to plead their case. That’s U.S. and international law. But reports are surfacing that U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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