October 15, 2018: Mass migration ‘march’: hundreds of Hondurans head for US border
October 15, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Hundreds of Honduran migrants headed to the U.S. border during ‘March of the Migrant,’ Officials claimed that at least 1,300 of migrants took part in the ‘march’. Among migrants, there were a lot of women and children attempting to seek asylum in the U.S. According to the media, Honduran migrants are escaping from extreme poverty and some of the world’s highest crime rates.
The organizer of the ‘march’ Bartolo Fuentes claimed that the group of migrants plans to march through Guatemala and into Mexico. In Mexico, participants are planning to request refugee status which can allow them to stay in the country. Besides, migrants plan also to apply for a visa to pass through into the U.S. The U.S. Embassy in Honduras said it was deeply worried about the group and that people were being given “false promises” of being able to enter the United States. The embassy said the situation in Honduras was improving.
The ‘March of the Migrant’ has started only after several days after Vice President of the U.S. Mike Pence had an official meeting with Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, President Jimmy Morales of Guatemala and Vice President Oscar Ortiz of El Salvador. Pence addressed the three leaders on Thursday in Washington asking them to step up and help combat illegal immigration in return for help from the U.S.
The number of immigrants in the U.S. from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras rose by 25% from 2007 to 2015, in contrast to the more modest growth of the country’s overall foreign-born population and a decline from neighbouring Mexico. The Reuters reported that 64% of Honduran households live in poverty that has become a reason of the mass migration from the country. According to Vice President of the U.S. Pence, 61% of illegal immigrants from Honduras run away to the U.S.
The administration of President Trump proposed $460 million in assistance last year for migrants’ needs. This help is 30% less than what Congress approved in 2016 under President Barack Obama. As a result, mass migrations have become a growing problem at the U.S. border. Several months earlier, almost 200 migrants from Central America attempted to seek asylum in the U.S. after traveling with a caravan of over 1,000 migrants.
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