A letter from the Honduran Migrant Caravan" has been posted on a Spanish website, and the letter demands that the United States let them in or give them each $50,000 to go home. The letter also requests for the military installations to be taken out of Honduras.
This letter comes specifically from a small group of people, not all migrants.
Breitbart said, Approximately 200 members of the caravan departed El Barretal camp in southeast Tijuana to the offices of the National Institute of Migration (INM) and later the U.S. Consulate General to hand deliver a letter outlining demands. The demonstration aimed to accelerate the process for migrants to request asylum and work in the United States. Security for the effort was provided by federal, state and municipal police, according to local reporting.
At the consulate, the migrant caravan was stopped by a team of riot police and were told to select a group of spokesperson to deliver the letter. The marchers were later directed toward two buses to transport them back to El Barretal.
That request is most likely going to be denied.
Migrants seeking entry into the United States can find their way to a legal port of entry where they can wait in line to gain permission to cross the border, seek asylum, etc.
Those who wish to break into America by crossing the border illegally will be most likely deported on account of them breaking the law.
The migrant situation seems to have slowed down in regards to news coverage, but that could likely be due to midterm elections being over and the talking points no longer serving a purpose for politicians.
Migrants who walked thousands of miles to gain access to the United States should have no problem waiting in line. Those who wish to break the law, after traveling this far, are probably not a good match for the country anyway.
Source: debate, breitbart,