Real People Telling Their Stories About Being Stuck at a US Port of Entry, Waiting for CBP Officers to See Them

Jul 31, 2018
11:19 AM

With all the focus on family separations and detentions under the current “zero tolerance” policy of the Trump administration, another immigration crisis is happening at U.S. ports of entry along the southern border—the extremely long delays in having people present their intentions to seek asylum.

Recently, Latino USA‘s Fernanda Echavarri traveled to Nogales, Arizona, to talk with some of the families who have been camping out for days as they wait to be seen by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). For the full story, go here. The podcast report is below: