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What's driving migrants to make the dangerous journey to the U.S.

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Poverty, safety, corruption and disasters like hurricanes are some of the reasons why migrants, many of them children, are leaving Central America for the U.S. In Guatemala, NBC News' Kerry Sanders meets some of those taking the dangerous journey, including a 12-year-old boy who wants to look for work in the U.S. to send money home.