Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Migrants stranded at the northern border will appeal to the Canadian government for asylum

expatriates Venezuelans, Nicaraguans, Hondurans, Haitians and Colombians have made a Colonia random on the river bank coatan and boardwalk TapachulaOn its way through the southern border of Mexico.

due to the tightening of its immigration policies Crossroad On their way to the United States, they are ensconced on the banks of the largest river in this city, where there is no room even in shelters.

For the most part, these migrants are driven out of space public and they don’t have Funds To pay for hotel or rental accommodation.

they are the perfect family that built huts Wood, sticks, nylon, rope, plastic, garbage, tyres, tents and anything else on the ground, grass and under trees in the open air to those who are desperate for lack of money and food.

With the migrant crisis at the border with Mexico Guatemalahas become more intense, as dozens of people wander the outskirts of the city, desperate for money and food, and with no desire to continue their journey northward to the United States.

Annanelis Morales, a Venezuelan migrant, explained that the situation is difficult because people say it is unsafe to stay overnight in the “Central Miguel Hidalgo” park; Apart from the fact that many people want to meet their needs away from the city and water is important for everyone.

“We have permission granted by the Mexican authorities, but we are in uncertainty because our objective is to be able to move forward, we will walk, day, night will come upon us, we will say goodbye and start the year anywhere in Mexico”.

For migrants, the hope of walking from Mexico to the United States is not lost, despite the fact that the government of that country “title 42”, which immediately sends migrants to Mexico.

“It’s difficult, we’re going to, in God’s name, we already assumed they weren’t going to remove it because they said they’d remove it on December 21st, then on the 27th, so we thought it was One Dizziness Don’t let us in.”

Didier Rivera, expatriate from ColombiaWho is dedicated to making handicrafts on his way to the United States, said that, along with a group of people, he collects money for tickets to and from one city to another.

“We went for walks from six in the morning till six in the evening. if we have food, we eat, otherwise we sleep. We isolate ourselves from the central park of Tapachula because of the great noise, we have even tried to go to shelters, but there is no room, ”he reported.

of these families expatriates They also have dozens of children and teenagers who go out on the streets to beg for money to meet their expenses.

Every day more migrants come to settle in margin improved the river stove With firewood for cooking, because with little money they cook food, especially for children and pregnant women.

In this concentration Irregular, people share their food, wash their clothes and bathe, in precarious conditions as they have no other shelter.

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