Asylum seekers are ending up homeless


The number of migrants coming to the Duke City has jumped from 35 people per week to 100

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Asylum seekers coming to Albuquerque for help are ending up homeless on the streets of the Duke City, Target 7 has learned. As a result, nonprofit organizations contracted by the city are raising the alarm about the number of asylum seekers coming to Albuquerque.

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