Haitian migrants flee Mexican state of Chiapas along dangerous routes

After the dispersal of several caravans, Haitian migrants are looking for alternative routes to travel from Chiapas to the U.S.-Mexico border, where thousands have been arriving in large numbers in recent days in the midst of a growing migration crisis.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Hundreds of migrants stranded in Tapachula, a municipality on the border with Guatemala, cross the Sierra Madre de Chiapas, most of them desperate due to the lack of response from the Mexican government regarding their immigration procedures and refugee applications.

After weeks and even months stranded in southern Mexico, they have begun to make their way on foot or in pick-up trucks through the paths and rivers of the municipalities of Motozintla, Chicomuselo, La Concordia, Villaflores, Ocozocoautla, Tuxtla or Malpaso.

While the operations to curb their passage continue, and after the 4 migrant caravans recently . . .

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