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Attorney Anne Relias speaks with WCPT-820 about the latest assault targeting people seeking asylum. As a reaction to the humanitarian crisis at the southern border, the joint interim regulation requires asylum seekers from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala to first apply for asylum in either Guatemala or Mexico before being eligible for asylum in the U.S. It’s the latest assault on asylum-seeking individuals.View Similar Articles