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Border Patrol official says immigrant family units won't be sent to Florida "at this time"

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Border Patrol official says immigrant family units won't be sent to Florida "at this time"

Border Patrol official says immigrant family units won't be sent to Florida "at this time"

An official with U.S. Customs and Border Protection said late Friday undocumented immigrant family units stopped at the U.S.-Mexico border will not be sent to Florida at this time.

However, the agency is &quot;looking at processing capacity for U.S. Border Patrol sectors across the nation.&quot;

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