'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Migrants in search of jobs in the U.S. face a gantlet of life-or-death risks in their treks across Mexico from its southern border: Many fall prey to extortion, kidnapping, rape and killing by crooked police and criminal gangs.
Victor Caseres said he left his hometown of Cortes, Honduras, because "there was just no way for me to make enough money there to support my family."
"My hope is to be able to send back money," he said.