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The overwhelming majority of Mexican children who are quickly deported after coming unaccompanied to the United States are trying over and over to get back to this country. Three-fourths of Mexican children, who under a 2008 law can be quickly returned to their country after crossing, have been caught multiple times crossing the U.S. border. Fifteen percent reported they had been apprehended at least six times, according to the Pew analysis based on Mexican government data from Oct.

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