Hundreds of Asylum Seekers in Georgia Left Adrift

Hundreds of asylum seekers held at Irwin and Stewart Detention Centers in the southern state of Georgia are being released at the Atlanta Airport in the middle of the night, without money and in an unfamiliar city. Groups for immigrants in the area are providing aid, but they say their services are limited due to lack of volunteers and poor coordination with immigration authorities. Our collaborator Yemille Castejón spoke with one of the released detainees and brings us this report.

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