Migrant caravan relocated to new shelter farther from the border

A migrant helps bundle and clear trash as most Central Americans leave a sports complex shelter that authorities were trying to close in Tijuana Mexico Saturday Dec. 1 2018. By Saturday afternoon most of the thousands of migrants who had been camped

Migrant caravan relocated to new shelter farther from the border

MEXICO CITY, Dec. 3 (UPI) - Thousands of migrants from the Central American caravan in Tijuana, Mexico, have put their names on a waitlist for a preliminary political asylum interview with US authorities - a wait that could be many months.

One was a Honduran woman with three kids who said she was waiting to see what happened to the migrants, telling Reuters they will "figure out what to do in a couple of days".

And "just before dusk, three thin people squeezed through the fence on the beach and were quickly picked up by the U.S. Border Patrol, witnesses said".

An AP video journalist also witnessed more than two dozen migrants scale a fence between Mexico and the US on Monday evening. All surrendered to border patrol agents who arrived on the scene.

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A news release from Customs and Border Protection said six people, including two children, received assistance from another person who did not climb over the 18-foot wall and remained in Mexico after dropping the children to family members below.

It's unclear where the families were taken from there.

US authorities say they can process up to 100 asylum seekers a day.

Univision reported that the family is seeking asylum and hoped to join family in Columbus, Ohio, while their cases are pending.

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President Donald Trump issued a proclamation in November suspending asylum rights for people who try to cross into the US illegally.

Officials said the groups of illegal immigrants are not believed to be associated with the large caravan of mostly Central American migrants that have prompted the military deployment. "When people choose to ignore that process, they put themselves in danger and, in the case of families, they choose to put the lives of their children at risk".

A video of the incident posted to Twitter by CBP Arizona shows the silhouettes of the two adults waiting on the USA side of the wall to catch the children from above.

About two dozen migrants climbed over the border wall separating Mexico from the U.S. near Tijuana on Monday. Dozens of the migrants have told AP they are fleeing poverty and searching for a better life, while many also tell of harrowing violence and death threats back home. "It's a huge challenge that we need to work with Congress to address.We've got criminal organizations profiting off of vulnerable families, charging $5000-$7000 per person".

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