DHS recently sent out conflicting information on how asylum seekers in Mexico would receive new immigration court dates. First, DHS told asylum seekers to come to a port of entry one month after their originally scheduled court date in order to receive a new hearing date. A week later, DHS sent a notice out telling some asylum seekers to report on their original court date to receive a new date. Later, DHS clarified that the first instruction was the correct one. The DHS official who sent out the conflicting information said that it was due to an “unintentional internal disconnect” within DHS

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An “internal disconnect” led to confusion about court dates at the border.