Woman walks in front of a bus filled with deportees at the Soto Cano military base in Comayagua

Advocates perplexed by U.S. response to Central American migrants

Woman walks in front of a bus filled with deportees at the Soto Cano military base in ComayaguaBy Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Refugee advocates said on Thursday the Obama administration is sending mixed signals to Central American migrants by deporting families who have fled to the United States while increasing resources in the crime-ridden region for asylum seekers. Secretary of State John Kerry announced on Wednesday that the United States would work with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to expand opportunities for people from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to apply for refugee status before coming to the United States. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently conducted raids in the United States on Central American families who had fled the region in an effort to deter others from doing the same.

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