Over 50 Asylum Seekers ALLOWED into USA — CARAVAN' CRISIS

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Seventy more Central American migrants were allowed to cross into the us on Thursday, bringing the total number to 158 over the last few days, Reuters reported.

The migrants have spent four chilly night camped outside the port of entry. "We'd tell them no, and tell them to give the donations to us, but they'd say it's for the caravan". Numerous caravan participants are migrants fleeing violence in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. However, coming to this country under the guise of seeking asylum is wrong. Though it is an annual event, this year's march received outsize attention thanks to reports from US media describing the ways in which Mexican authorities were helping the migrants reach the border.

In response to the caravan's arrival at the US-Mexico border crossing, the US Justice Department said it was sending 35 additional assistant US attorneys and 18 immigration judges to the border.

Gault is one of many US asylum lawyers who has travelled to the San Ysidro border crossing to observe the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency's conduct regarding the asylum seekers while also offering assistance.

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The caravan is an annual event organised by volunteer group Pueblos Sin Fronteras (PSF), Spanish for "people without borders".

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement that 35 new assistant US attorney jobs have been created to help speed prosecution of illegal border crossings and immigrant smuggling in the four states bordering Mexico.

The caravan captured the world's attention as scores of migrants travelled through Mexico on a journey to escape their violent homelands.

President Donald Trump has tweeted that these migrants shouldn't be allowed into the country. They are expected to cross the border and seek asylum.