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It's not gonna let me tell good phone. So he's telling me that his son was born with half, a heart. He kept saying that half, a heart. And I asked him mourn clear that he was worried about his son having a heart condition a medical condition that he's sick. And that the couldn't find help for their son in Salvador and the dad thinks that his son will have a better shot at better medical care staying alive in the United States. And what happened when the family got to the US border? So they got to wanna about a week ago and asked for Silom at the border. They were all detained. And then separated the mom and her kids were put in one facility and two Nelson. The dad was put in another facility for men only, then he was sent back to Mexico. He says since he couldn't prove he was the dad or the husband because he's not married to his partner. They don't have the same last name. James, and he doesn't have the same last name as the kids. So he was sent back and the mom and the kids weren't sent back to Mexico because they're not separating parents from the children at least not in mass, and you can't send kids back to Mexico. So they remained in the US. So when I talked to him he was alone in Mexico. Noon of. Doug, again, democatic ways he's saying here that he hasn't talked to his family since they were separated, he doesn't know where they are in the United States and Denilson doesn't have a lawyer. He's in another country completely cut off. I mean, he had to borrow a phone to talk to me, and he's been sleeping on the streets. And it'll be another month before he has a court hearing in San Diego. So what are the likely next for Denilson and looking at this Friday when remain in Mexico is put on possible that effect anyway, it should affect him very directly his next asylum. Hearing is in early may. And if he makes progress in that case he'll remain in the United States instead of being returned back to Mexico again. So he'll remain in the United States. What happens after that is a little uncertain? He could remain detained. He could get deported loses case or he could progress with this case remain in the US fight for asylum and. Perhaps join his family they may be on separate tracks. It's unsure when he and his family may see each other again, Monica was this remain in Mexico policy. Put in place at all. We'll President Trump says there's this widespread fraud among asylum-seekers, the asylum process takes years and Trump says that people gain entry to the US by saying that they want to Silom and that they disappear while their cases progress in courts, of course, critic say that Trump is very upfront about not wanting people seeking asylum to enter the United States at all that he wants to block asylum seekers, and that this policy was one way to do that. So judges stop the remain in Mexico policy for now, what will this mean for bureaucracy at the border, so it's one policy, but there are plenty of other challenges that asylum-seekers face at the border one of them is that if you go up to the border and asked for asylum. You still have to get on these waiting lists. It's this metering. They call it. And so these waiting lists are very long, they just give you a chance to go up to a border fischel and ask for Silom. So even with this judge's ruling this week. There's still plenty of challenges that people face at the border, and while the Trump administration struck out this week in the courts, we can expect other ways that they'll make it much tougher. Monica Cambo following the latest developments on Trump's soon to be put on pause remain in Mexico policy. Monica. Thank you. You're welcome. Still on the immigration tip. The catastrophic earthquake in Haiti nine years ago wreck the capital and killed hundreds of thousands of people. The social and economic damage was so intense that the US cut a break for Haitians who are living in the US without papers. They could stay in work legally with temporary protected status or TPS. You've probably heard that. Now, President Trump wants to end the TPS program reporter, Amy Bracken has the story of what ending TPS would mean for one Haitian family that split between Boston and Haiti one note this family also asked not to use their real names because of their uncertain immigration status. This is where Marie lives.

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