Children of the Central American migrant caravan(33 images)

Thousands of Central American migrants are waiting in Tijuana, Mexico, for the chance to apply for asylum at the U.S. border. Among them are many families with children, who spent weeks traveling in a caravan through Mexico. U.S. officials say they can only process about 100 people a day.

Albert Yared stands near the Greyhound Bus Station in downtown San Diego on Saturday. Albert traveled with his parents in the migrant caravan from Honduras hoping to seek asylum in the U.S., crossing from Tijuana to San Diego on December 21. They spent their first night in CBP custody, but are now wearing ankle bracelets and headed to Mississippi where they hope to begin their new lives. Photo by Ariana Drehsler/UPI | License Photo
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