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Migrants in Mexico despair after U.S. extends pandemic asylum limits

Women wait inside a transport vehicle after being apprehended crossing the U.S.-Mexico border at Mt. Cristo Rey at dawn, as U.S. authorities, blocked by a federal judge from lifting COVID restrictions that empower agents at the U.S.-Mexico border to turn back migrants, continue to enforce the Title 42 rules which result in the fast expulsion of migrants to Mexico or other countries, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23, 2022.    REUTERS/Paul Ratje

Women wait inside a transport vehicle after being apprehended crossing the U.S.-Mexico border at Mt. Cristo Remore

Women wait inside a transport vehicle after being apprehended crossing the U.S.-Mexico border at Mt. Cristo Rey at dawn, as U.S. authorities, blocked by a federal judge from lifting COVID restrictions that empower agents at the U.S.-Mexico border to turn back migrants, continue to enforce the Title 42 rules which result in the fast expulsion of migrants to Mexico or other countries, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23, 2022. REUTERS/Paul Ratje
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A group calling themselves the California Welcoming Task Force demanding an immediate end to Title 42, a public health order that placed restrictions on migrants seeking asylum in the United States, gather at the San Ysidro Border Point in San Diego, California,  May 23. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A group calling themselves the California Welcoming Task Force demanding an immediate end to Title 42, a publimore

A group calling themselves the California Welcoming Task Force demanding an immediate end to Title 42, a public health order that placed restrictions on migrants seeking asylum in the United States, gather at the San Ysidro Border Point in San Diego, California, May 23. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Migrants walk across the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge after staying in Mexico under the coronavirus restrictions known as Title 42, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Migrants walk across the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge after staying in Mexico under the coronavmore

Migrants walk across the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge after staying in Mexico under the coronavirus restrictions known as Title 42, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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A Border Patrol agent pursues a group of migrants trying to avoid apprehension after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border at Mt. Cristo Rey, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje

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A Border Patrol agent pursues a group of migrants trying to avoid apprehension after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border at Mt. Cristo Rey, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje
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A Border Patrol agent searches an asylum-seeking migrant after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, May 24. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A Border Patrol agent searches an asylum-seeking migrant after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, Mmore

A Border Patrol agent searches an asylum-seeking migrant after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, May 24. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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A one-month-old baby is carried by his mother, a migrant from Guatemala, after being expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42 along with his mother, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

A one-month-old baby is carried by his mother, a migrant from Guatemala, after being expelled from the U.S. anmore

A one-month-old baby is carried by his mother, a migrant from Guatemala, after being expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42 along with his mother, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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An asylum-seeking migrant from Venezuela reacts in gratitude as he walks along a migrant trail after crossing the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Texas, May 23.  
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An asylum-seeking migrant from Venezuela reacts in gratitude as he walks along a migrant trail after crossing more

An asylum-seeking migrant from Venezuela reacts in gratitude as he walks along a migrant trail after crossing the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Texas, May 23. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Migrants take part in a protest against a U.S. federal judge's decision to continue COVID-19 restrictions, known as Title 42, at the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry on the U.S.-Mexico border, in Tijuana, Mexico, May 22.  
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Migrants take part in a protest against a U.S. federal judge's decision to continue COVID-19 restrictions, knomore

Migrants take part in a protest against a U.S. federal judge's decision to continue COVID-19 restrictions, known as Title 42, at the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry on the U.S.-Mexico border, in Tijuana, Mexico, May 22. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes
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Migrants take part in a protest against a U.S. federal judge's decision to continue COVID-19 restrictions, known as Title 42, at the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry on the U.S.-Mexico border, in Tijuana, Mexico, May 22.  
 REUTERS/Jorge Duenes

Migrants take part in a protest against a U.S. federal judge's decision to continue COVID-19 restrictions, knomore

Migrants take part in a protest against a U.S. federal judge's decision to continue COVID-19 restrictions, known as Title 42, at the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry on the U.S.-Mexico border, in Tijuana, Mexico, May 22. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes
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A child drinks from a baby's bottle as asylum-seeking migrants coming from the Esperanza para todos shelter wait at the Paso del Norte International Bridge to request information about their asylum in the United States, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

A child drinks from a baby's bottle as asylum-seeking migrants coming from the Esperanza para todos shelter wamore

A child drinks from a baby's bottle as asylum-seeking migrants coming from the Esperanza para todos shelter wait at the Paso del Norte International Bridge to request information about their asylum in the United States, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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Migrant asylum seekers wait at the Senda de Vida shelter for legal assistance, after a U.S. federal judge blocked the lifting of Title 42, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23.   REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Migrant asylum seekers wait at the Senda de Vida shelter for legal assistance, after a U.S. federal judge blocmore

Migrant asylum seekers wait at the Senda de Vida shelter for legal assistance, after a U.S. federal judge blocked the lifting of Title 42, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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Border Patrol agents apprehend two women who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border at Mt. Cristo Rey, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje

Border Patrol agents apprehend two women who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border at Mt. Cristo Rey, in Sunland Parkmore

Border Patrol agents apprehend two women who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border at Mt. Cristo Rey, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje
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A migrant's fingers poke through holes of a cage in the window of a Border Patrol vehicle near the U.S.-Mexico border, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23.  
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A migrant's fingers poke through holes of a cage in the window of a Border Patrol vehicle near the U.S.-Mexicomore

A migrant's fingers poke through holes of a cage in the window of a Border Patrol vehicle near the U.S.-Mexico border, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje
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Footprints are seen under the Paso Del Norte International Bridge, where migrants cross the U.S.-Mexico border, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje

Footprints are seen under the Paso Del Norte International Bridge, where migrants cross the U.S.-Mexico bordermore

Footprints are seen under the Paso Del Norte International Bridge, where migrants cross the U.S.-Mexico border, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje
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A migrant from Guatemala carries her baby as she walks across the Paso del Norte International Bridge after being expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

A migrant from Guatemala carries her baby as she walks across the Paso del Norte International Bridge after bemore

A migrant from Guatemala carries her baby as she walks across the Paso del Norte International Bridge after being expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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Haiti migrants wait outside a shelter for legal assistance and medical services in Tijuana, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes

Haiti migrants wait outside a shelter for legal assistance and medical services in Tijuana, Mexico, May 23. REmore

Haiti migrants wait outside a shelter for legal assistance and medical services in Tijuana, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes
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Migrants are transported in a bus to the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge at the Senda de Vida Shelter, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23.  
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Migrants are transported in a bus to the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge at the Senda de Vida Shelmore

Migrants are transported in a bus to the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge at the Senda de Vida Shelter, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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A man talks with a Border Patrol agent after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, May 23. REUTERS/Marco Bello

A man talks with a Border Patrol agent after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, May 23. REUTERS/Marmore

A man talks with a Border Patrol agent after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, May 23. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Marisol Gonzalez, who has been in Nogales for ten months and her comrade fasten a sign before a vigil organized by the migrant community in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Caitlin O'Hara

Marisol Gonzalez, who has been in Nogales for ten months and her comrade fasten a sign before a vigil organizemore

Marisol Gonzalez, who has been in Nogales for ten months and her comrade fasten a sign before a vigil organized by the migrant community in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Caitlin O'Hara
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After waiting for five months for asylum in Nogales, Miriam Gomez Velasquez and her 5-month-old Helen Mariana Perez Gomez attend a vigil in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico May 23. REUTERS/Caitlin O'Hara

After waiting for five months for asylum in Nogales, Miriam Gomez Velasquez and her 5-month-old Helen Mariana more

After waiting for five months for asylum in Nogales, Miriam Gomez Velasquez and her 5-month-old Helen Mariana Perez Gomez attend a vigil in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico May 23. REUTERS/Caitlin O'Hara
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Migrants disembark a bus near the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge after staying in Mexico under Title 42 and being accepted by the U.S. government with legal assistance, in Reynosa Mexico, May 23.  REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Migrants disembark a bus near the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge after staying in Mexico under Timore

Migrants disembark a bus near the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge after staying in Mexico under Title 42 and being accepted by the U.S. government with legal assistance, in Reynosa Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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A Haitian migrant girl looks through a bus window before being transported with her relatives to the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge, after staying in Mexico under Title 42 and being accepted by the U.S. government with legal assistance, at the Senda de Vida Shelter, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

A Haitian migrant girl looks through a bus window before being transported with her relatives to the Reynosa-Hmore

A Haitian migrant girl looks through a bus window before being transported with her relatives to the Reynosa-Hidalgo International Border Bridge, after staying in Mexico under Title 42 and being accepted by the U.S. government with legal assistance, at the Senda de Vida Shelter, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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Asylum-seeking migrants from Venezuela walk along a migrant trail after crossing the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Texas, May 23.    REUTERS/Marco Bello

Asylum-seeking migrants from Venezuela walk along a migrant trail after crossing the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Temore

Asylum-seeking migrants from Venezuela walk along a migrant trail after crossing the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Texas, May 23. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Migrants wait to board Border Patrol transport vehicles, as agents process a group of migrants who were apprehended crossing the border at Mt. Cristo Rey at dawn, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje

Migrants wait to board Border Patrol transport vehicles, as agents process a group of migrants who were apprehmore

Migrants wait to board Border Patrol transport vehicles, as agents process a group of migrants who were apprehended crossing the border at Mt. Cristo Rey at dawn, in Sunland Park, New Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Paul Ratje
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Organizers from the migrant community speak at a vigil for the families stuck in limbo as U.S. authorities continue to enforce the Title 42 rules which result in the fast expulsion of migrants to Mexico or other countries, in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Caitlin O'Hara

Organizers from the migrant community speak at a vigil for the families stuck in limbo as U.S. authorities conmore

Organizers from the migrant community speak at a vigil for the families stuck in limbo as U.S. authorities continue to enforce the Title 42 rules which result in the fast expulsion of migrants to Mexico or other countries, in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Caitlin O'Hara
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Haitian migrants Marie Petit Frere Danielle, 27, and her daughter Catalina, 4, pose for a picture as they wait at the Senda de Vida shelter for legal assistance,  in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Haitian migrants Marie Petit Frere Danielle, 27, and her daughter Catalina, 4, pose for a picture as they waitmore

Haitian migrants Marie Petit Frere Danielle, 27, and her daughter Catalina, 4, pose for a picture as they wait at the Senda de Vida shelter for legal assistance, in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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Migrants expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42, walk towards Mexico at the Paso del Norte International Bridge, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Migrants expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42, walk towards Mexico at the Paso del Nomore

Migrants expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico under Title 42, walk towards Mexico at the Paso del Norte International Bridge, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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Texas Army National Guard members stand guard during a visit of Texas Governor Greg Abbott to the north banks of the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas,  May 23. REUTERS/Marco Bello

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Texas Army National Guard members stand guard during a visit of Texas Governor Greg Abbott to the north banks of the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, May 23. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Migrant asylum seekers wait outside the Senda de Vida shelter for legal assistance in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Migrant asylum seekers wait outside the Senda de Vida shelter for legal assistance in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23.more

Migrant asylum seekers wait outside the Senda de Vida shelter for legal assistance in Reynosa, Mexico, May 23. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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Asylum-seeking migrants wait for U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, May 24. REUTERS/Marco Bello

Asylum-seeking migrants wait for U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas,more

Asylum-seeking migrants wait for U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, May 24. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Asylum-seeking migrants from Nicaragua wait for U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Texas, May 23. REUTERS/Marco Bello

Asylum-seeking migrants from Nicaragua wait for U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing the Rio Grande in Delmore

Asylum-seeking migrants from Nicaragua wait for U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Texas, May 23. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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