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April 20, 2017 · 4:45 PM EDT
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Luis Fernando Pérez operates a raft along the Guatemala-Mexico border, a popular crossing point for migrants. He says that since Donald Trump took office, he has seen a dramatic drop in people passing through, although it is still too early to link the new president to lower numbers.
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Tagged: TapachulaNorth AmericaUnited StatesMexicoGuatemalaChiapasGuatemala-Mexico borderborder between Central America and southern MexicoUS-Mexico borderCentral AmericaDonald Trumpillegal immigrationimmigrationborder crossing.
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