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San Francisco Chronicle
January 30, 2019

Future in US uncertain for Honduran woman after family separation
By Tatiana Sanche

The government shutdown exacerbated an already massive backlog of pending asylum cases. There are more than 800,000 asylum cases waiting to be resolved, according to a New York Times report that crunched data from the Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review and the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University. Nearly 122,000 of those cases involve migrants from Honduras. Of the 42,224 asylum decisions made last year, 27,460 cases were denied, according to Syracuse.

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