The atmosphere at the stadium is more organized than what migrants encountered on the road, where humble townspeople pushed bags of drinking water, tacos and fruit into the migrants' hands as they passed through tiny hamlets in southern Mexico.
More than 2,000 migrants from Central America flooded the Jesus Martinez stadium in Mexico City on Monday, with more streaming in throughout the night.
Arriving in Mexico City, some migrants stopped at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a major pilgrimage site, to thank the Virgin Mary for watching over them during the journey.
The caravan is trying to make 116 miles, a record for them, considering the first day of walking in Mexico they traveled just 20 miles. "Referring to an incident earlier this year, Humire said sometimes individuals lie about their identities and try to deceive immigration authorities; however, officials are able to discover fraudulent claims through biometrics and the help of partner intelligence services who have access to databases". Migrants briefly blocked traffic on the busy highway to beseech passing truckers for a ride, but none offered one.
But the migrants reportedly have just one clear motive - to reach the USA - not merely to find a safe place to live that can support them. He expected the group would assemble and vote in the coming days on their next moves.
Their arrival in the Mexican capital was a measure of the migrants' tenacity despite attempts by four governments - Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico and the United States - to break them up.
There were obstacles on this latest stretch. Truck after truck denied migrants rides as they trudged along the highway into the relatively colder November temperatures of central highland Mexico.
At a toll booth near Fortin, Veracruz, Rafael Leyva, an unemployed cobbler from Honduras, stood with a few hundred others for more than 45 minutes without finding a ride. "President Trump - who has vowed to stop the caravan from entering the United States - tweeted last month that "criminals and unknown Middle Easterners" are among the migrants". Such impromptu hitchhiking is precarious, with dozens scrambling onto vehicles at a time.
The aid workers explained that the asylum process in the US could take years, with no guarantee of approval.
With many Islamic terrorists being caught entering and trying to breach the southern USA border, Nielsen justified the extra precautions the administration is taking against the latest caravan to protect the nation's security interests. That caravan steadily dwindled to only about 200 people by the time it reached the border.
The migrants hope to gather together in Mexico City to seek medical care and wait for stragglers.
"If they elect a new Congress, maybe that will give us an opportunity to reach the United States", said Carlos Rivera, 25, a Honduran man wearing a cap with an American flag.
Yuri Juarez said he knows there's a "very low" chance he will get asylum in the United States. Helpfully, AP once again inadvertently proved that the migrants aren't running for their lives, as their leftist supporters in the United States insist, but instead are running for jobs. But he said he had no way to work back home in Villanueva, Guatemala, where he had to close his internet cafe after gang members extorted him, then robbed his customers, and finally stole his computers.
Mexico's Interior Ministry estimated over the weekend that there are more than 5,000 migrants in total now moving through Mexico.
"We are hearing from our partners in the region - in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, in Mexico - that they have some concern with respect to the timing and the particular organization of these caravans", Nielson insisted.
His decision left the migrants stranded in the city of Sayula on Saturday as they woke at 3am and queued for buses that never arrived.
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez said Monday that thousands of his countrymen have returned to Honduras. They rested and watched local people play soccer.
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