Another migrant caravan — this time with an estimated 15,000 travelers — is preparing to depart Honduras next month, immigration activists say. What are the details? As thousands of migrants who left Central America in October remain stranded at the U.S.-Mexico border while the government processes their asylum applications, another 15,000 migrants are scheduled to
President Donald Trump announced Thursday morning that he would shut down the U.S. – Mexico border if the throng of immigrants headed for the United States is not stopped. Trump posted several messages to Twitter Thursday addressing the 4,000+ member march of Guatemalan, Honduran and El Salvadoran nationals who intend to enter the United States.
DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP/Getty Images by John Binder24 Apr 2018Washington, D.C.0 24 Apr, 201824 Apr, 2018 Tent cities built along the United States-Mexico border could prevent a caravan of about 1,500 asylum-seekers from Central America from becoming the beneficiaries of the ongoing “Catch and Release” program, wherein foreign nationals are released into the U.S. while they await
President Donald Trump continued to signal criticism for the immigration “caravan” coming into the United States from Honduras through Mexico. “Cash cow NAFTA is in play, as is foreign aid to Honduras and the countries that allow this to happen,” Trump wrote. He again criticized the “weak laws” of the United States to enforce the