Illegal Aliens Marching Through Mexico to US Border Now Receiving Legal Advice on ‘Their Asylum Rights in US’
Earlier this week, embedded Buzzfeed reporter, Adolfo Flores reported the Mexican immigration authorities said they were planning on disbanding the caravan of illegal aliens by Wednesday in Oaxaca.
The caravan began to splinter into smaller groups after attracting the ire of President Trump and conservatives.
A smaller version of the original caravan is now in Puebla, Mexico; many received humanitarian visas giving them an extra 30 days to roam around Mexico.
According to embedded reporter Adolfo Flores, the migrants are receiving legal counsel on their ‘asylum rights in the US and Mexico.’
On Saturday, embedded Buzzfeed reporter Adolfo Flores tweeted an update on the illegal alien caravan marching through Mexico to the US border.
The Central American migrants are currently in Puebla, Mexico speaking with attorneys on their potential asylum cases.
The illegal aliens are being counseled on how to exploit our very generous yet flawed welfare system and porous border.
Adolfo Flores tweeted: Today the migrants are being explained their asylum rights in the US and Mexico. As well as how the detention system works in the US. These guys here are waiting for their individual meetings with attorneys on their potential cases.
Today the migrants are being explained their asylum rights in the US and Mexico. As well as how the detention system works in the US. These guys here are waiting for their individual meetings with attorneys on their potential cases. pic.twitter.com/YW7Ormsg3X
— Adolfo Flores (@aflores) April 7, 2018
President Trump said Tuesday to press pool reporters he will use the military to guard the border against the caravan of illegal aliens marching their way to the United States from Mexico.
President Trump told reporters, “Until we have a wall and proper security, we’re going to be guarding our border with the military.”
Wednesday evening, President Trump signed the proclamation directing the National Guard be deployed to the Mexican border immediately.
On Friday, the White House announced President Donald Trump signed a memorandum ending the immigration policy known as ‘catch and release.’
Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered a zero-tolerance policy be enacted toward immigrants unlawfully entering the Southwest border between the U.S. and Mexico.