Migrants From 20 Countries Waiting for Okay to Proceed to US Border

Illegal aliens from 20 countries are waiting for permission to proceed to the United States border from Mexico, including 500 from the very violent Africa. Thousands of invaders from all over the world are waiting in a detention center in Tapachula, Mexico until the government gives its permission for them to continue on to the border of the United States. The Africans are from the countries of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, and Cameroon. The migrants have registered for permits that will allow them to travel through Mexico, but they have not heard anything yet.

From The Latin American Herald Tribune

Net immigration of Mexicans to the US fell to zero several years ago. Today’s northbound migrants come overwhelmingly from the Central American nations of Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras, though people from more distant lands have also come to see Mexico as an entryway to the United States.

The migrants now gathered in Tapachula include whole families who have decided to leave their countries fleeing poverty and violence, including pregnant women and many others with babies in their arms.

They look tired after traveling through many countries after leaving their homelands and traversing much of Latin America until they arrived at the Siglo XXI immigration station.

Outside the station, there are dozen latrines, but despite that the area appears unhealthy. Children cry and their parents are clamoring for the Mexican government to let them through, since they don’t want to remain in Mexico.

Michee Nikumu told EFE that he is from Congo and is traveling with his pregnant wife and son, all of them suffering from hunger and thirst since they don’t have any money. In addition, they are all sick with fever and diarrhea.

In the case of the woman, her health is delicate because she suffers from urinary tract infections and her pregnancy is thus classified as “high risk.”

Nikumu said that they arrived in Cuba after leaving their homeland and traveling through Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala before entering Mexico.

Do you understand what this means? Nikumu expects the United States to supply him with money, clothes, a place to live, food heat and medical.



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