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What Are the Migrant Protection Protocols?
What Are the Migrant Protection Protocols?

The Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) is a government action specifically for foreign individuals entering or seeking admission into the U.S. from Mexico. Under the MPP, foreign individuals may be returned to Mexico or may need to wait outside of the U.S. for the duration ...

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