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Andy Parks From The Washington Times

Dec 15, 2021

As Stephen Dinan reports, Homeland Security has ditched an interview requirement for spouses and children of refugees who want to come to the U.S. as a package deal, saying it was taking too long to complete the cases without much benefit from the extra work. The new policy applies to refugees, defined as those seeking humanitarian protection from outside the U.S., and asylees, who are seeking protection from within the country. Plus, Stephen tells Andy the story of three vehicles piled with Russian illegal immigrants making a run at the U.S. border on Sunday, drawing gunfire from a Homeland Security officer.