Migrants In Caravan Headed For US Demand Biden Keep Asylum Promise

A migrant caravan headed for the U.S. border, expected to be the largest ever, departed from a city in Mexico Monday.

The caravan had approximately 10,000 migrants when it left Tapachula, and is expected to swell to about 15,000 before reaching the U.S.

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Most of the migrants come from Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, and they will travel what is known as the coastal route to arrive at the U.S. border.

Migrants interviewed by Fox News last week said “He promised the Haitian community he will help them”. “He will recall Title 42. He will help us have real asylum,” they added in reference to President Biden.

The caravan’s organizer, Luis Villagran, told Fox “We consider we are around 9,500, it measures 51/2 km from the start to the end, people keep on joining, in the first police check there were approx 100-150 national guard, INM, state police and let us through freely”.

The Biden administration has spent months trying to remove Title 42, a Trump-era policy put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic that allows for the expulsion of asylum seekers without the normal legal process.

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Earlier this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that it was planning to lift the order.

24 states filed a lawsuit to temporarily stop the administration from ending the rule. A Louisiana U.S. District Judge ruled that the restrictions can remain in place until the lawsuit is resolved.

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“Now we need him to keep his promise,” the migrant said in the interview. Biden has previously encouraged migrants to stay where they are and apply for asylum.


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