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Caravan Cases: Immigration Bulletin and Dan Kowalski

caravan cases: The caravan first drew attention in the U.S. when President Donald Trump promised that his administration would seek to turn the families away, according to CTV. The rest of the asylum-seeking process will happen slowly and secretively in immigration courts. Now that the group has arrived at the border, the next steps in their journey will unfold mostly out of public view. Dan Kowalski, editor of Bender's Immigration Bulletin, said the public will probably see very little of the caravan cases unless the applicant is represented and the attorney makes an effort to bring the client into the limelight. The crossing, the nation's busiest, processed about 50 asylum seekers a day from October through February, suggesting the wait will be short. A total of 28 caravan members were accepted for processing Monday and Tuesday by U.S. border inspectors at San Diego's San Ysidro crossing, an official with U.S. Customs and Border Protection said. ( As reported in the news.