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Feds Will Not Be Sending Undocumented Migrants To South Florida

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Feds Will Not Be Sending Undocumented Migrants To South Florida

Feds Will Not Be Sending Undocumented Migrants To South Florida

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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