Asylum on the Immigration Court Docket

Guatemalan Francisco Ramos shows a picture of his son Gilberto Francisco Ramos, a 15-year-old boy who died in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, while trying to reach the United States on his own.
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As cases for unaccompanied minors make their way through immigration courts, the question of who qualifies for asylum is a big one. Judge Dana Leigh Marks has been an immigration judge in San Francisco for 27 years and is the president of the National Association of Immigration Judges. She talks about the decisions that immigration judges have to make and what the law says about who qualifies.