The head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection is urging Central Americans to not make the dangerous trip to the United States to try to enter the country illegally.
During a trip to Honduras, Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske said he discussed the issue of migrants with a delegation of Honduran officials, including first lady Ana Garcia.
“We’re very much in agreement with the government of Honduras to help their people stay in their country and not make the dangerous journey to America,” Kerlikowske said.
The migratory flow is mostly from the Central American nations of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, three countries with some of the world’s highest murder and poverty rates. READ MORE OF THIS REPORT
SOURCE: VOA News Online