The earlier the border wall is built, the better as new reports has it that another migrant caravan is gathering in Honduras with plans of making its way towards the United States on
January 15, departure time 5 a.m.
According to Ogla Sanchez “we have information that new caravan is forming to enter our country in mid-January, we are already taking measures to ensure the caravan enters in a safe and orderly way.” Ogla Sanchez is a Mexican politician.
Walter Coello, a taxi driver from Honduran who helped organised the last caravan said in a statement “we don’t know how many people this will be, but it’s a lot, the goal is to give them a chance to work and have a better life, be it in Mexico or the United States.”
From Washington Post: “Thousands of numbers of the previous caravan are still waiting in Tijuana to begin their asylum application A U.S. policy shift in November requiring asylum seekers to remain in Mexico while their claims are being processed could delay their entrance into the United States even further.