Tijuana: Hope is fading for Central American asylum seekers

Some migrants tell Al Jazeera they were pushed back into Mexico after reaching US soil.

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    Most Central American migrants stuck in the Mexican city of Tijuana say they do not want to cross to the United States illegally.

    They are prepared to endure the months-long wait to submit their asylum claims at an official port of entry. But as the wait grows, so too does the desperation.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou Castro reports from Tijuana, on the US-Mexico border.


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