Mexico's border shelters host a silent tension, where hope and frustration flicker amidst the hum of daily life. Over 11,000 migrants, yearning for a new life on US soil, remain in limbo, patiently navigating the intricacies of the legal asylum process.
A recent surge has pushed US border cities to their limits, with daily encounters averaging over 9,600. But for those waiting in Mexican shelters, like those Gladys Cañas, a non-profit runner, spoke to, the focus is inward. They cling to the promise of the CBP One app, a mobile tool meant to streamline asylum. . .