The United States and Mexico have reached an agreement on new immigration policies that will enable the U.S. to deport some migrants and allow Mexico to accept non-Mexican migrants and asylum-seekers. The agreement also includes the deployment of extra troops to the southern border and the eligibility of up to 100,000 individuals from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador to live and work in the U.S. The agreement is seen as a way to deter illegal border crossings while also providing a safe and legal way for those who are eligible to enter the U.S.
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