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Buses from Texas arrive at New York’s Port Authority carrying migrants

02:36

Busloads of migrants are arriving again from the South now to the North in the escalating border battle. Port Authority officials say the six buses arrived from El Paso, Texas. The Republican governors in Texas, Arizona, and Florida are bussing migrants to so-called “sanctuary cities.” For the second time this week, a bus dropped dozens outside Vice President Kamala Harris’s Washington home. Legal experts say many of the migrants will have to return to where they entered the U.S. to process their asylum cases which can take more than a year. During this time, most are not allowed to get legal jobs. Many churches and even some public schools are opening their doors to help.