A new migrant caravan has formed, but with a different purpose.
President Trump is still threatening to cut off foreign aid to the Central American nations, whose citizens have become involved in caravans headed to the U.S. border.
According to the Center for Immigration Studies, the cost of illegal immigration is rising as the border surge reaches its highest level since 2011.
Mexico’s U.S. Ambassador — Geronimo Gutierrez — is blasting Democrats for saying everyone in the migrant caravan are all peaceful refugees seeking asylum.
President Trump is considering building a “tent city” along the southern border as a possible solution to the approaching migrant caravan.
Members of a migrant caravan have forced their way through a gate at the Mexico border.
Another migrant caravan is bound for the U.S. and is currently gathering steam in Central America.
President Trump has declared the U.S. will start blocking federal aid to Central American countries for failing to to contain the migrant caravan.
Migrants from the caravan headed towards the U.S. border are beginning to enter into Mexico while many remain in Guatemala.On Saturday, reports say migrants primarily from Honduras, crossed into Mexico by swimming or using rafts.