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20 Jun, 2023 06:29

The end of Title 42 and migration across the globe


Throughout central downtown El Paso, immigrants have set up tent-like structures on the sidewalks. Garbage and feces fill the alleyways, line the streets, and have turned the town of 800,000 people into a slum. This is a very different picture to what was painted for them by the cartels back in their own country. They were told coming to America meant getting set up for life. Now, with Title 42 ending, will it be easier or harder for people to come into the country? In this episode of 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by professor of anthropology and social change, Adrienne Pine, and Cuban immigrant Gabriel Llanes to discuss which countries around the world are the easiest and the hardest when it comes to gaining citizenship.