Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Children from Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center where most wait three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K3Y2Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Children from Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center where most wait three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A Honduran couple crosses from Los Limones, Guatemala to Libertad, Mexico on Tuesday. As the US has pressured Mexican authorities to crack down on migrants crossing the country to reach the U.S., such crossings have moved to sleepy areas like Libertad, where there is little or no official Mexican border security. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K41HTapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A Honduran couple crosses from Los Limones, Guatemala to Libertad, Mexico on Tuesday. As the US has pressured Mexican authorities to crack down on migrants crossing the country to reach the U.S., such crossings have moved to sleepy areas like Libertad, where there is little or no official Mexican border security. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Children from Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center where most wait three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K41MTapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Children from Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center where most wait three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center where most waits three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K41KTapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center where most waits three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center in Tapachula, where most waits three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K409Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center in Tapachula, where most waits three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center where most waits three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K3YTTapachula, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Haitian and African families push to each other on Tuesday, trying to reach a piece of bread and pampers given by catholic nuns of Mision Cristo Resusitado from Guadalajara Mexico, just steps away from Siglo XXI immigration center where most waits three to four months for a permit to travel north to the US-Mexico border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Libertad, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A pizza delivery man crosses from Los Limones, Guatemala to Libertad, Mexico on Tuesday. As the US has pressured Mexican authorities to crack down on migrants crossing the country to reach the U.S., such crossings have moved to sleepy areas like Libertad, where there is little or no official Mexican border security. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K3WELibertad, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A pizza delivery man crosses from Los Limones, Guatemala to Libertad, Mexico on Tuesday. As the US has pressured Mexican authorities to crack down on migrants crossing the country to reach the U.S., such crossings have moved to sleepy areas like Libertad, where there is little or no official Mexican border security. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Libertad, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A pizza delivery man crosses from Los Limones, Guatemala to Libertad, Mexico on Tuesday. As the US has pressured Mexican authorities to crack down on migrants crossing the country to reach the U.S., such crossings have moved to sleepy areas like Libertad, where there is little or no official Mexican border security. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K40RLibertad, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A pizza delivery man crosses from Los Limones, Guatemala to Libertad, Mexico on Tuesday. As the US has pressured Mexican authorities to crack down on migrants crossing the country to reach the U.S., such crossings have moved to sleepy areas like Libertad, where there is little or no official Mexican border security. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Guatemalan women get upset after a Mexican immigration official said they lacked proper documentation to cross into Mexico to do some shopping. As a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump for Mexico to show progress in slowing migrants crossing to the U.S passed Monday, the administration of Mexican President Lopez-Obrador declared that Mexico has contributed to a 36.2 percent drop in migrant arrests at the US border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K3WTCiudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. Guatemalan women get upset after a Mexican immigration official said they lacked proper documentation to cross into Mexico to do some shopping. As a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump for Mexico to show progress in slowing migrants crossing to the U.S passed Monday, the administration of Mexican President Lopez-Obrador declared that Mexico has contributed to a 36.2 percent drop in migrant arrests at the US border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A Guatemalan couple look back at the Guatemalan side of the border after a Mexican immigration official said they lacked proper documentation to cross into Mexico to do some shopping. As a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump for Mexico to show progress in slowing migrants crossing to the U.S passed Monday, the administration of Mexican President Lopez-Obrador declared that Mexico has contributed to a 36.2 percent drop in migrant arrests at the US border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMW4K3XRCiudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A Guatemalan couple look back at the Guatemalan side of the border after a Mexican immigration official said they lacked proper documentation to cross into Mexico to do some shopping. As a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump for Mexico to show progress in slowing migrants crossing to the U.S passed Monday, the administration of Mexican President Lopez-Obrador declared that Mexico has contributed to a 36.2 percent drop in migrant arrests at the US border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A Guatemalan couple looks back at the Guatemalan side of the border after a Mexican immigration official said they lacked proper documentation to cross into Mexico to do some shopping. As a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump for Mexico to show progress in slowing migrants crossing to the U.S passed Monday, the administration of Mexican President Lopez-Obrador declared that Mexico has contributed to a 36.2 percent drop in migrant arrests at the US border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMWDJNM0Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, Mexico. 23rd July, 2019. A Guatemalan couple looks back at the Guatemalan side of the border after a Mexican immigration official said they lacked proper documentation to cross into Mexico to do some shopping. As a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump for Mexico to show progress in slowing migrants crossing to the U.S passed Monday, the administration of Mexican President Lopez-Obrador declared that Mexico has contributed to a 36.2 percent drop in migrant arrests at the US border. Credit: Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News