Seeking asylum and work, migrants bused out of NYC find hostility


New York City has set roughly 400 migrants to hotels and other parts of the state, a move that is generated lawsuits as well as challenges for the new arrivals. Muhammad arrived in New York expecting to find a welcoming city, but after a few nights in the overcrowded shelter system agreed to take a bus to a hotel in newburgh and regrets it. Yeah, if you go back to your country. The 19 year old for Mauritania is fleeing political persecution seeking asylum in the U.S. and says he was lured upstate. More opportunity to find jobs. He says he's looked for work, but without papers the opportunities were better in the city, Republican county officials across the state accused the city of dumping the migrants on them. Julie Walker, New York

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