Spirits were high Wednesday as more members of the Central American caravan — about one-third of the roughly 150 who made the harrowing trek — entered the United States Wednesday.But as their month-long journey to the United States comes to an end, those seeking asylum are preparing for a different kind of journey: one through the U.S. immigration system.“Our trip isn’t over,” said Jose Coello, 17, of Honduras as he walked into the U.S. from Tijuana Wednesday morning. “This is just the next step.”During an asylum process that takes months, even years, to complete immigrants from the caravan can expect to undergo interviews and screenings by multiple federal agencies, stints in private detention centers, and make complicated legal arguments without the help of a lawyer.Caravan members have said they won’t rest until every single one of them is in the United States. Pueblo Sin Fronteras caravan leaders plan to go further, by having members of their legal team follow up with immigrants in the U.S.”We are committed to standing with them as best we can,” said organizer Leo Olsen.Early Wednesday, Pueblo Sin Fronteras leaders gathered in the middle of their makeshift tent city to call out the latest names of… Read full this story
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