LA TECNICA, GUATEMALA – Maritza Hernandez arrived at this remote Guatemalan village exhausted, with two young kids in tow and more than a thousand miles left to travel. She was motivated by a simple — if not entirely accurate — story.
“I heard news they are letting children in,” said Hernandez, explaining she planned to cross the U.S. border in Texas and seek asylum.
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