This week 42 asylum seekers were sent from Texas to Los Angeles on a bus. Upon arrival, city/county officials and non-profit organizations assisted the individuals with the next steps including health screenings, basic survival necessities, and legal aid as needed.
The program has faced numerous criticisms. Most recently, Los Angeles approved a motion to seek potential legal action over these transportations. One official pointed out concerns over migrants who were sent to California amidst Hurricane Hilary.
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Many individuals and families relocated to California may face uncertainties in establishing their roots here. Work, family separation, and other concerns are extremely prevalent, but with the help of an asylum attorney, these issues can be tackled.
Reeves Immigration Law Group has proudly served the California community for over 40 years. Our team of asylum attorneys regularly advises migrants and their families on immigration statuses and the benefits available to them to ensure the best possible outcome for their individual circumstances.
Contact us today to hear how our team of California asylum attorneys can help you.