Yanitsy Correoso Rivero, of Guantánamo, Cuba, updated friends over social media after being released from U.S. custody on Sunday. She withdrew her application for asylum and was allowed to return to Mexico by U.S. border agents after agents warned her and four fellow Cuban migrants that they were likely to spend months in detention and still be rejected.
Yanitsy Correoso Rivero, of Guantánamo, Cuba, updated friends over social media after being released from U.S. custody on Sunday. She withdrew her application for asylum and was allowed to return to Mexico by U.S. border agents after agents warned her and four fellow Cuban migrants that they were likely to spend months in detention and still be rejected. Francisco Ordonez McClatchy
Yanitsy Correoso Rivero, of Guantánamo, Cuba, updated friends over social media after being released from U.S. custody on Sunday. She withdrew her application for asylum and was allowed to return to Mexico by U.S. border agents after agents warned her and four fellow Cuban migrants that they were likely to spend months in detention and still be rejected. Francisco Ordonez McClatchy

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