RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Migrants and activists are living with uncertainty in Mexico's Ciudad Juarez following the recent order by a U.S. judge to reinstate the controversial "Remain in Mexico" program, which forced migrants to remain in Mexico while applying for asylum.
Last Friday, a federal judge in Texas ordered the White House to reactivate the controversial Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP) or "Remain in Mexico," instituted in 2019 by then-President Donald Trump.
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