Matthew Kolken Featured on WGRZ BuffaloPublished: Jun 20, 2018
"There's a number of individuals that come up from Central America, Mexico to the WNY area, they are working on our farms," according to Kolken. But here they aren't always sneaking into the U.S.
Kolken is currently handling 20 to 30 asylum cases here in Western New York. "I've had clients that literally fled their country with nothing but the shirts on their back."
People seek asylum based on race, religion and politics.
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