A Salvadoran Woman Missed Her U.S. Court Date. What Happens Next?


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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Lulu Garcia-Navarro
National Public Radio (NPR)
April 9, 2018
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Tags: Asylum, Immigration Process


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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.