Some of the largest cities in the U.S. are facing a migrant crisis with many of homeless shelters overwhelmed by an influx of asylum-seekers in need. In New York City alone, officials say they have received more than 170,000 migrants since spring of 2022. One midwestern city is stepping in to give them some relief. Special Correspondent Joie Chen travels to St. Louis where an organization is creating programs to help asylum-seekers settle there. 

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