Eight Migrants Traveling With Caravan Enter U.S. for Processing

 

The first members of a migrant caravan are being allowed across the U.S. border to seek asylum. 

Eight women and children entered U.S. territory at the San Ysidro port of entry in San Diego yesterday to make their claim for asylum.

They're part of a group of Central American migrants who traveled across Mexico in hopes of getting protection from U.S. authorities. 

A larger group from the caravan is waiting on the Mexican side of the border in Tijuana., should they be allowed asylum here in the U.S.?  How many do you think will be allowed to cross the border?

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