Small groups from caravan of asylum seekers cross to US

"We'd tell them no, and tell them to give the donations to us, but they'd say it's for the caravan".

The migrants will make their case for why they should be granted asylum. Numerous caravan participants are migrants fleeing violence in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. She was matched three days ago with Iris Marlenes, 23, and her 6-year-old daughter. Many more wait at the plaza.

Through Catch and Release - which has continued under President Trump's administration - some Central Americans with the caravan arriving at the southern border are increasingly likely to be released into the country as detention space remains under-funded by the Republican-controlled Congress.

Some of the waiting had been told that U.S. border facilities were at capacity and could not accept more applicants, according to Gault.

News reports that 53 migrants are now in the process of obtaining legal-resident status at the US-Mexico border crossing outside San Diego, California.

In response, the Justice Department was sending 35 additional assistant US attorneys and 18 immigration judges to the border, Sessions said, linking the decision to the caravan.

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Additionally, Sessions has assigned a number of current supervisory immigration judges to "adjudicate cases in immigration courts near the southwest border" with the judges hearing "cases in-person and use video teleconferencing (VTC) to handle cases at immigration courts and represent a roughly 50 percent increase in the current number of immigration judges".

The Justice Department has announced it is adding prosecutors and judges to deal with a backlog of immigration cases along the southwestern U.S. -Mexico border.

"We're sending a message worldwide: Don't come illegally", he said. "People are not going to caravan or otherwise stampede our border", said Sessions.

Organized by the open-borders group Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the 1,500-strong caravan of mostly Honduran migrants began its northward journey through Mexico in late March.

Members of a caravan of migrants from Central America enter the United States border and customs facility, where they are expected to apply for asylum, in Tijuana, Mexico May 3, 2018.

Trump has called the immigrant caravan a sign of weak United States law on migration and said it should be stopped in Mexico.