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Immigration

EXPLAINER: Bused, flown migrants can live in US — for now – Associated Press

Photo: Immigrants gather with their belongings outside St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Wednesday Sept. 14, 2022, in Edgartown, Mass., on Martha’s Vineyard Republican governors have been sending more migrants released at the U.S. border with Mexico to Democratic strongholds, raising questions about their legal status, how they are lured on board buses and planes and the

Mexico

Mexico buses, flies Haitians from remote area on US border

Photo: A Texas Department of Safety official stands near an armor vehicle along the Rio Grande, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, in Del Rio, Texas.  Mexico has begun busing and flying Haitian migrants away from the U.S. border, authorities said Tuesday, signaling a new level of support for the United States as a giant refugee camp

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