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Feds To Release Hundreds Of Migrants In Florida, Local Officials Say

NPR Friday, 17 May 2019
Feds To Release Hundreds Of Migrants In Florida, Local Officials SayTwo Florida counties have been told that Customs and Border Protection will begin sending them more than 1,000 migrants a month, who will be processed and released into the community pending hearings.
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News video: Feds Will Not Be Sending Undocumented Migrants To South Florida

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Federal officials told CBS4 Friday afternoon that for now, they will not be sending any undocumented migrants to South Florida, however, they said they are looking at processing capacity for U.S. Border Patrol sites across the nation.

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