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Congress Should Conduct Significant Oversight of Remain in Mexico and Use of Tent Courts by DHS and DOJ

Letter sent to Congress from Women's Refugee Commission, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Amnesty International, and The National Immigrant Justice Center

The Women's Refugee Commission wrote a joint letter to Congress to address the grave human rights and due process violations resulting from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's and the U.S. Department of Justice's use of new tent facilities to adjudicate immigration hearings via video teleconference for asylum seekers under the so-called Migration Protection Protocols (MPP), a policy known as “Remain in Mexico.” WRC signed the letter with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Amnesty International, and The National Immigrant Justice Center.

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