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Immigrants cross the Rio Grande by rope to avoid being carried by the current (+ video).

Immigrants cross the Rio Grande by rope to avoid being carried by the current (+ video).

They point out that the situation at the border continues to worsen. U.S. officials found and removed 23 bodies from the Rio Grande in April.

Archive | The Venezuelan people are using these illegal activities to enter the United States

The immigration crisis on the US-Mexico border continues. This is evidenced in a video that began to spread on social networks this Tuesday as they observe the great dangers of reaching American soil.

Journalist Ali Bradley released a video recorded in Eagle Pass, Texas. Shows footage of dozens of Nicaraguan immigrants crossing the Rio Grande and facing its strong currents.

“The official source in Eagle Pass, Texas, sent me this video. They say the group of about 50 immigrants are from Nicaragua. They can be seen using it to cross the rope and not be dragged, ”he said.

More than 20 were killed

Bradley noted that the situation at the border continued to deteriorate. In this case, he stressed that in April, U.S. authorities found and removed 23 bodies from the Rio Grande.

In the midst of a humanitarian emergency in Venezuela, Creole became a route for Mexicans to reach the United States and Mexico. By the end of 2022, the number of Venezuelans detained on the Mexico-US border had increased by 54%.

Like Central Americans, Venezuelans use these illegal means to enter the United States. Therefore, they seek out some immigrant benefits and use dangerous methods and paths to reach the other side of the border.

Previously, immigrants came to Mexico by land and plane to cross the US border. In this situation Mexican authorities demanded visas for Venezuelan people who wanted to enter their country.

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