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Migrants with disabilities struggle to access the U.S. asylum system, advocates say

The CBP One phone app, which most migrants use to begin the U.S. asylum process, isn’t accessible to those who are blind, deaf, have mobility issues, or have intellectual disabilities, according to a complaint.

Migrants expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42, use their phones near the Paso del Norte International border bridge, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico May 21, 2022.

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