By Blanca Carmona/La Verdad

Four migrants who survived the March 27 fire at the National Migration Institute immigration shelter in Ciudad Juárez finally crossed into the United States in the early morning hours last month.

The men, who asked to be identified only by their first name and last name initials, were, Bryan Eduardo F.Q., 27, from El Salvador; Bryan Orlando R.F., 26, from Honduras; Eliseo G.V., 22, from Guatemala, and Stefan A., 31, from Venezuela.Their desire to reach the U.S. in search of a better life never wavered.“We always longed to enter the United States, we see it as […]

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