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Fact Check: Do immigration lawyers encourage 'false claims of asylum?'
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Attorney general Jeff Sessions says immigration attorneys are helping illegal immigrants scam the asylum system, but the evidence is thin to support his claim.
Attorney general Jeff Sessions says immigration attorneys are helping illegal immigrants scam the asylum system, but the evidence is thin to support his claim.
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