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Dozens of Central Americans are still preparing to scale the border fence from Mexico into the United States, three weeks after the border patrol and US military shut down the crossing between Tijuana in Mexico and San Ysidro in California.
Migrants from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador have been heading northward by the tens of thousands for the past three years, with an increasing number of families with small children and unaccompanied children making the trek and hoping to gain asylum inside the United States.
The article goes on to state the following:
Photographs from Friday show groups of families some with young children and babies, trying their luck before the sun has risen in the hope of successfully entering the US.
Those that get across face arrest. Children are separated from their families and, along with unaccompanied children who enter the country illegally, are sent off to a web of special camps.
They held there until a family member or sponsor already residing in the United States agrees to take care of them.
Another group of migrants were caught climbing over the fence on Wednesday:
In another video posted by Global News on Friday, migrants were seen climbing across the border fence with children and tumbling into the U.S. side as fast as border agents could catch them.
Below are videos posted on Facebook on Tuesday of a group of migrants who managed to get through the border fence to the U.S. side. Reportedly, it was a group of Honduran migrants who had just arrived in Tijuana on a bus.
Recently retired border agent Chris Harris is interviewed in the following report about the current immigration crisis:
Dozens of migrants attempt early-morning clamber over Mexico border fence https://t.co/2nj3yi88vM
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) December 15, 2018
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials stand guard next to the border wall after a group of migrants crossed illegally from Mexico to the U.S. More photos of the day: https://t.co/2mBiGxwSAw 📷 @carlosrawlins pic.twitter.com/pf58eoARog
— Reuters Pictures (@reuterspictures) December 14, 2018
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