/ Modified oct 16, 2020 2:47 p.m.

Border restrictions leave asylum seekers stranded in Nogales, Sonora

Many continue to receive humanitarian aid at the Kino Border Initiative.

In Nogales, Sonora, the Kino Border Initiative has seen firsthand the effects of U.S. immigration policies on asylum seekers. The nonprofit provides humanitarian aid to migrants and deportees. Tracy Horan, interim director of education and advocacy, discussed how Kino Border Initiative has adapted its services during the pandemic and what she has heard from asylum seekers who are stranded in Mexico.

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