Migrants Bused To Chicago Sleeping In Police Stations

Chicago’s homeless shelter system is facing challenges in accommodating the influx of migrants, as Texas authorities expand their policy of transporting migrants to other states.

A report by Reuters reveals that the limited availability of shelter space is forcing some migrants to seek temporary refuge in police stations.

The migrants arriving in Chicago include individuals seeking asylum who have undergone processing by U.S. border officials and have been released into the country’s interior while awaiting the resolution of their asylum claims. The increased number of arrivals has put a strain on the city’s existing shelter resources, leading to a scarcity of vacancies.


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