MIAMI — Humanitarian parole should not come as a tradeoff to asking for asylum at the border, Haitian Bridge Alliance and other advocacy groups said at a press conference Friday, just ahead of President Joe Biden’s weekend trip to the border and Mexico.
Biden's new plan states 30,000 Haitians, Nicaraguans and Cubans can apply for humanitarian parole each month from their home country but those who arrive at the border will be automatically expelled.
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