What the Supreme Court asylum ruling means for migrants

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The Supreme Court's decision to uphold a Trump administration policy restricting many Central American migrants from seeking asylum in the U.S. has sparked outrage among Democrats on Capitol Hill and alarm in immigrant communities. CBS News reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joins CBSN to explain the impact of the ruling.
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Published 6 days ago -  01:08
Supreme Court clears the way for new asylum restrictions to take effect
The rule prohibits migrants who have resided in or traveled through third countries from seeking asylum in the US, therefore barring people traveling through Mexico from being able to claim asylum.

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