Thousands of Caravan Migrants Agree to Stop Traveling North in Return for Mexican Visas

Thousands of Caravan Migrants Agree to Stop Traveling North in Return for Mexican Visas


Thousands of migrants traveling northward through Mexico as part of a thousands-strong ‘caravan’ have agreed to give up their attempt to breach the borders of the United States in return for residency visas in Mexico.

The caravan, which was organized in October, assembled more than 6,000 migrants near the Mexican city of Tapachula. Members of the caravan were largely from Central America and Haiti, following the border siege carried out by Haitian migrants at the Del Rio International Bridge south of Texas in September.

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Mexican authorities assert that leaders of the caravan have agreed not to organize any further de facto armies bound for the

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