Border appears calm after lifting of pandemic asylum restrictions


There's relative calm at the U.S. Mexico border following a major immigration policy change. I Norman hall, there has been relative calm at the border between the U.S. and Mexico, despite the lifting of the rules known as tidal 42, there hasn't been the chaos that was expected. Some migrants with asylum application appointments walked across access points in hopes of a new life. Others defied warnings and waded into the Rio Grande. El Paso mayor Oscar leeser says his city is preparing. We know that this is just the beginning. So we are prepared. And that's what we've been preparing for. Police says there needs to be a lot more immigration judges and he believes migrants should be given work permits to support their families. I Norman hall

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