Young migrants living in limbo, awaiting Trump's move

A family takes part in a protest march towards Trump Tower in New York to mark International Migrants DayThe mother of Juana and Ines Alejandro took a deep breath, put on a brave face and handed her toddlers over to strangers at the Mexican border to be smuggled into the United States. For the mother, going back to the poverty of her village in Oaxaca in Mexico was out of the question. Today, those daughters are 19 and 20 years old, study at a community college in New York and are scared to death that they might be deported after Donald Trump takes power next month.

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