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The U.S. border fence separates Nogales, Mexico, right, from sister city Nogales, Arizona, left, Friday, Jan. 3, 2020. Dozens of asylum seekers pushed back into Mexico by the United States tried Friday to get their bearings still unsure of how they would travel some 350 miles to their court dates in El Paso, subsist for months in this unfamiliar border city or return to their distant homelands. (AP Photo/Luis Enrique Castillo)

The U.S. border fence separates Nogales, Mexico, right, from sister city Nogales, Arizona, left, Friday, Jan. 3, 2020. Dozens of asylum seekers pushed back into Mexico by the United States tried Friday to get their bearings still unsure of how they would travel some 350 miles to their court dates in El Paso, subsist for months in this unfamiliar border city or return to their distant homelands. (AP Photo/Luis Enrique Castillo)

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