Many of these migrants are women and children, fleeing violence in their home countries, like one El Salvadoran woman and her son who NPR has been following for more than a year.
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National Public Radio (NPR)
April 9, 2018
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Tags: Asylum, Immigration Process
She was fearful about her chances of reopening the case, and for good reason: Asylum seekers are five times more likely to win a case for asylum if they have legal counsel, according to Judy London, the directing attorney for the Public Counsel’s Immigrants’ Rights Project.