(Wall Street Journal) Alicia A. Caldwell Nov. 11 2019 9:00 am TUCSON Ariz.Across most of the southern U.S. border hundreds of immigrant families are being ushered out of the country every day as part of the Trump administration program known as Remain in Mexico." But in Arizona many families are finding the policy is still remain in the U.S." Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan pronounced in September that virtually all asylum-seeking families would be either quickly deported or sent to Mexico to wait for their cases to be resolved. Authorities and advocates confirmed however that in Arizona many hundreds of such people each week are instead being released to shelters from which they will likely travel to other states and wait for their cases to be resolved a process that can take years. Shelters in Arizona say the number of migrants being dropped off by border authorities has been roughly constant for the past few months while shelter operators in other Southwestern states say the number has fallen significantly.
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