First group of Central American migrants arrives in Tijuana to seek asylum in U.S.
Roughly 3,000 migrants are just south of the U.S. border, staying in makeshift shelters in Tijuana as they decide whether to stay in Mexico or apply for asylum in the U.S. Inspectors along the border are processing about 100 claims a day.
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