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[News] Learn how foreign migrants live as they pass through Honduras on their way to search for an immigration process in the United States


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A migrant family begins their caravan journey to El Florido, on the border between Honduras and Guatemala, en route to the United States, in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on October 20, 2022. (Credit: ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP via Getty Images

All these migrants had to cross the Darién jungle to reach Honduras and a United Nations press report released on August 2 reveals that more than 250,000 migrants and refugees crossed that jungle from January to July of this year.

For migrants, going through this journey is one of their worst nightmares. Yoimer Madrid, for example, says that crossing that place is not normal, but that they have to take risks despite the dangers that are on the way.
"In that jungle there are dead, not all of them come out alive, others fracture or break a foot," he said.

Isamar Hernández, also a Venezuelan national, recommended not to cross that jungle to those who are thinking of doing so. "I advise everyone from the bottom of my heart never, not out of envy, to never take revenge through that jungle, I never saw anything, I saw about seven dead, that's the worst thing there can be."

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The head of the border patrol for the Rio Grande Valley sector, in Texas, Gloria Chávez, assured Honduran journalists in a virtual conference that the largest number of people detained by that southern border so far this year are Honduran nationals, followed by citizens of Venezuela, Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua.

"We in the Rio Grande Valley there in South Texas have already detained more than 250,000 people," said the US official.

Chávez added that the border patrol has also managed to find and rescue some 44,000 minors so far this year, among them, he said, children in the arms that were carried by their older brothers.

The official called on people who are thinking of making the trip without documents to the United States not to do so and that from their countries they can enter the web pages authorized by the government and make an appointment that allows them to start the process of immigration and thus avoid endangering their lives.

 

Link: https://cnnespanol.cnn.com/2023/08/12/migrantes-honduras-danli-rumbo-eeuu-orix/

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