Two weeks before the illegal crossings began in the Del Rio Sector, hundreds of African migrants gathered near an international bridge in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, to protest not being allowed entry into the U.S. through a legal port of entry, Breitbart News reported.The group complained that Cuban migrants are being given preferential treatment.
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The Trump administration’s decision to shift hundreds of customs agents to processing asylum seekers at the US-Mexico border is creating huge traffic jams at US ports of entry. Bridge from Nuevo.
· South and central African migrants began illegally crossing the South Texas border on May 30 when 117 migrants from the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Angola crossed in the Del Rio Sector. By June 5, more than 500 african migrants had crossed illegally in this single Border Patrol sector, Breitbart News reported.
Hundreds of African migrants gathered on the Mexican side of the bridge that separates Laredo, Texas, from Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, on Monday. A large group of African migrants gathered on the south side of the Laredo Port of Entry to protest U.S. immigration policies that are keeping them from entering the U.S. to claim asylum, KGNS reported.
This is a great idea! Send the TSA down there to give migrants awkward pat-downs so they‘ll stop coming. ha! Seriously though, the fact that they are sending hundreds of officials from the TSA down there should bring home just how desperate it’s gotten at the southern border.
Hundreds of Africans protested at a Mexican customs office near the Laredo International Bridge, local outlet KGNS reports. One man told reporters that he and fellow Africans have been in Mexico for a month, and are frustrated that officials are not doing enough to facilitate their entry to the U.S., alleging that priority is being given to Cuban migrants.
Hundreds of African migrants gathered on the Mexican side of the bridge that separates Laredo, Texas, from Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, on Monday. A large group of African migrants gathered on the south side of the Laredo Port of Entry to protest U.S. immigration policies that are keeping them from entering the U.S. to claim asylum, KGNS reported .
The event-protest was organized by The Bridge (El Puente) migrant. Texas. Martinez’s wife, Tania, told Mexican authorities she watched her husband and child disappear in the strong current..