Safe houses are risky

Jason Owen, chief of operations of the border patrol of Rio Grande Valley, said the coyotes take immigrants to safe houses where there is often no water, food, air conditioning or beds. Those who arrive there are usually victims of rape, kidnapping and all forms of abuse. Also, coyotes are always trying to talk to relatives of immigrants who are in the United States and trying to extort them to get more money. For coyotes people coming to the border are not human, said the head of the border patrol. You have to take all this into account, especially when it comes to children, women and even men because they use them as a way to get more money and they are willing to do whatever is necessary to accomplish their goal. Obviously, we do notwant to put our family in that situation. For help with immigration call Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276

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