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National focus has been on the border, but what about migrants still waiting for asylum? NPR's Scott Simon talks to attorney Cristian Sanchez, who is helping an LGBTQ migrant group apply for asylum.

Migrants Waiting To Apply For U.S. Asylum Up Against Ongoing Shutdown

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