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Nicaraguan migrants Emanuel Mendoza, Edgar Sequeira, Benjamin Villalta, Aura Berrios and Juana Orozco, walk near the US-Mexico border, in Algodones, Baja California, Mexico, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The group walked to the US border, turned themselves in to the border patrol and asked for asylum. Felix Marquez/AP Photo
The Biden Administration announced a new policy to turn away migrants from Cuba, Haiti and Nicaragua while creating additional opportunities for legal immigration. We talk to a political science professor about what impact the policy could have and what challenges it could face.
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