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Several hundred members of the migrant caravan moving through Central America built it to Mexico’s border with the U.S. this week, where they will most likely wait to legally enter a port of entry as asylum seekers.
Dozens of LGBTQ migrants settled into a local shelter in Tijuana( situated just south of San Diego) on Monday, The Washington Post reported. Various U.S. and Mexican LGBTQ organizations allegedly helped money their trip-up to the border by bus, allowing them to get ahead of the rest of the group.
“We were discriminated against, even in the caravan, ” said Erick Dubon, 23, a Honduran migrant traveling with his boyfriend. “People wouldn’t let us into trucks, they stimulated us get in the back of the line for showers, they would call us ugly names.”
More than 300 migrants had induced it to Tijuana by Tuesday, according to the Post, as local officials said they’re expecting larger numbers in the coming weeks.