ILLITERATE AND VERY SICK THEY POUR IN TO USA FOR FREE MEDICAL, HOUSING, LEGAL-AIDED AND ABETTED BY CATHOLIC CHARITIES

NY POST

Inside a father and daughter’s perilous search for asylum

Jairo Anael Avila Cabreras, 29, is a typical example of the roughly 1,000 Central American migrants who pour into this small border city every day — triggering what the mayor calls a “humanitarian crisis.” Unable to speak English and illiterate even in his native Spanish, the Honduran native also has epilepsy, and he suffered a seizure and fell during the grueling 21-day trek through Guatemala and Mexico with his 5-year-old daughter, Deilis Danora. Cabreras, who left behind a wife and a 2-year-old son, also admits that while he’s seeking asylum on grounds that his homeland is overrun with gang violence, his primary motive for coming to the United States was to seek a better life.

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