President Joe Biden is already working to deliver on his campaign promise to introduce sweeping immigration reform. He’s ended former President Trump’s travel ban, paused construction on the southern border wall, and stopped a move to keep undocumented people from being included in the U.S. census. He also ended new enrollments in the Migrant Protection Protocols policy, also known as the “remain in Mexico” program. That policy has sent nearly 70,000 asylum seekers to Mexican border cities to await court dates. Supporters say it discourages migrants from abusing the U.S. immigration system. But humanitarian and immigration groups call it a human rights disaster. Correspondent Jessica Gomez reports from Juarez, Mexico on the people stuck between the policies of two presidents. 



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