Posted: Wednesday, December 28, 2022. 9:12 am CST.
By Zoila Palma Gonzalez: On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court opted to keep in place Title 42, a measure aimed at deterring illegal border crossings, Reuters report.
However, many migrants that had been waiting in the cold near the U.S.-Mexico border made a jump for it.
Groups of migrants from Venezuela and other countries targeted by Title 42 ran and hid until they crossed into the United States.
“We ran, and we hid, until we managed to make it,” said Jhonatan, a Venezuelan migrant who made it from Ciudad Juarez into El Paso.
Jhonatan was accompanied by his wife and 5 children.
He told Reuters that they had already spent several months in Mexico and didn’t want to enter the United States illegally but the thought of reaching this far and failing the journey was too much to bear.
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