Undocumented immigrant minors from Central America are processed at the U.S. Border Patrol Fort Brown Station in Brownsville in this file photo.
Undocumented immigrant minors from Central America are processed at the U.S. Border Patrol Fort Brown Station in Brownsville in this file photo. Todd Heisler NYT
Undocumented immigrant minors from Central America are processed at the U.S. Border Patrol Fort Brown Station in Brownsville in this file photo. Todd Heisler NYT

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