Every day, more migrants make it to the Mexico side of Mexico and Mexico . But for those who do…
Every day,. But for those who do it over is through the American asylum process, which requires them to prove that they have fled persecution at home.
More than 75 percent of Central America asylum cases were denied from 2012 to 2017, CBS News & Adriana Diaz reports.
These odds do not discourage a Nicaraguan family Diaz met in Mexico. They hope to get political asylum in the United States
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Rocha claims that the government war opened fire on its 14-year-old son in July and detonated a home-made bomb that let in his leg and forced him Rocha son said he was with a friend when they were pushed on. He said his friend pulled him down and was killed. When they went back to the mountains he said that people helped deal with nail clippers, but he thinks there are still bits in his legs.
Rocha said “desired” sign that her family was posted in town so they left Nicaragua, crossed Guatemala and eventua Lly made it to southern Mexico. They stayed there for a month and then spread the word about a caravan approaching.
Rocha appealed directly to President Trump and said, “I was going to kneel and pray.”
“Do not send us back.” She said. “We’re going to save. You say you will militarize the border, but I pray to God that with our proof of persecution, you will not send us back.” I’m afraid of my family’s life. Please Mr. Trump, open the doors to us please. “
Having used the problem of migrated caravans as a election campaign problem, Mr. Trump once again focused on it. In a series of twitter’s Friday, he questioned the subject of migrants who are planning to apply for asylum in the United States and call it a “BIG CON.”
A woman told CBS News “Diaz She Won Does not Survive illegally, but instead seeks asylum in an official port. She is a part of a group of HBT migrants who are among the early arrivals at the US-Mexico border. Many said they were persecuted in their homelands because of their sexual orientation and gender identity.
Formerly traveling in Southern Mexico, Diaz met a transgender woman claiming that she was directed to Honduras by gang members and was attacked by more than a dozen armed men who broke into her home. She said she has been hit and has a scare from the attack but does not like to show it because it traumasizes her more. She is afraid of her life in Honduras, since the gang members know where she lives and has a photo of her.
If she makes it to the US border and presents her asylum case, the odds are against her.