In the uncertain journey to the United States, immigrants from central America can stay in pensions or migrants houses in Arriaga Chiapas and Ixtepec Oaxaca on the southern border of Mexico. They provide them with housing, food, clothing, medical attention, spiritual aid and information about the risks they run by entering Mexico and the United States illegally.
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