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Thousands of migrants were moved to the shelter 14 miles from the border. This raises transportation issues for those who need to be at the border when their turn comes to apply for asylum in the U.S.

Location Of New Tijuana Shelter May Interfere With Asylum Process

By Jean Guerrero NPR
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