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TIJUANA, Mexico – Latest news on a caravan of Central Americans seeking asylum in the US (all local time):
Central Americans in a caravan of asylum seekers passing through Mexico Traveling to the border with San Diego, five old school buses have been busy preparing to turn to the US authorities.
On Sunday, people left a Tijuana refugee shelter in the city they were in. When asked how he felt when he got on the bus, Nefi Hernández replied, "Nervous."
Policemen with flashing lights escorted the buses through the streets of Tijuana to a cross-border rally on the beach with supporters on the US side
President Donald Trump and members of his cabinet persecuted the caravan and described it as a threat to the US
The Central Americans will test the government's harsh rhetoric when they start to seek asylum in San Diego's crossroads (Diego Ysidro), which is the busiest.
US immigration lawyers tell Central Americans in a caravan of asylum seekers traveling through Mexico to the border with San Diego, where they may feel separated and detained for months by their children. They say they want to prepare them for the worst.
The Central Americans will test the harsh rhetoric of the Trump administration, which criticizes the caravan as they seek asylum at San Diego's San Ysidro border crossing on Sunday.
President Donald Trump and his cabinet members have persecuted the caravan and described it as a threat to the US
US Customs and Border Patrol says the San Ysidro crossing may not accommodate asylum seekers if they are too many at once which forces people to wait in Mexico until there is more space.
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