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Inside New Mexico migrant facilities

A migrant child disembarks from a U.S. Border Patrol bus at the processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27, 2019. To alleviate overcrowding, U.S. Border Patrol has released migrants directly into local communities like Deming, New Mexico. The city has declared a state of emergency to gain federal and state funds to cope with the influx.

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A migrant child disembarks from a U.S. Border Patrol bus at the processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27, 2019. To alleviate overcrowding, U.S. Border Patrol has released migrants directly into local communities like Deming, New...more

A migrant child disembarks from a U.S. Border Patrol bus at the processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27, 2019. To alleviate overcrowding, U.S. Border Patrol has released migrants directly into local communities like Deming, New Mexico. The city has declared a state of emergency to gain federal and state funds to cope with the influx. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Cots sit empty at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. Deming, a city of about 15,000 residents, is receiving 300 to 500 migrants a day, according to City Administrator Aaron Sera.

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Cots sit empty at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. Deming, a city of about 15,000 residents, is receiving 300 to 500 migrants a day, according to City Administrator Aaron Sera. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Cots sit empty at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. Deming, a city of about 15,000 residents, is receiving 300 to 500 migrants a day, according to City Administrator Aaron Sera. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Migrant children stand at a shelter and processing center in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. The record influx of asylum seekers has overwhelmed border detention facilities and shelters, forcing U.S. immigration authorities to bus migrants to nearby cities and even fly them to California.

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Migrant children stand at a shelter and processing center in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. The record influx of asylum seekers has overwhelmed border detention facilities and shelters, forcing U.S. immigration authorities to bus migrants to nearby...more

Migrant children stand at a shelter and processing center in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. The record influx of asylum seekers has overwhelmed border detention facilities and shelters, forcing U.S. immigration authorities to bus migrants to nearby cities and even fly them to California. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Migrants line up outside a processing center and shelter housing migrants in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants line up outside a processing center and shelter housing migrants in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants line up outside a processing center and shelter housing migrants in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Emergency Medical Technician Tyler G. Massey ties a migrant child's shoe at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Emergency Medical Technician Tyler G. Massey ties a migrant child's shoe at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Emergency Medical Technician Tyler G. Massey ties a migrant child's shoe at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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A migrant lays on a cot in a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

A migrant lays on a cot in a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

A migrant lays on a cot in a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Central American migrants stand in line before entering a temporary shelter, after illegally crossing the border between Mexico and the U.S., in Deming, New Mexico, May 16. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Central American migrants stand in line before entering a temporary shelter, after illegally crossing the border between Mexico and the U.S., in Deming, New Mexico, May 16. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Central American migrants stand in line before entering a temporary shelter, after illegally crossing the border between Mexico and the U.S., in Deming, New Mexico, May 16. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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EMT Tyler G. Massey tends to a migrant at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

EMT Tyler G. Massey tends to a migrant at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

EMT Tyler G. Massey tends to a migrant at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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A woman protests against migrants outside a processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

A woman protests against migrants outside a processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

A woman protests against migrants outside a processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Migrants sit on a cot inside a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants sit on a cot inside a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants sit on a cot inside a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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A map showing the location of the migrant shelter hangs on the wall inside the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

A map showing the location of the migrant shelter hangs on the wall inside the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

A map showing the location of the migrant shelter hangs on the wall inside the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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A volunteer uses his phone to translate English to Portuguese to communicate with Brazilian asylum seekers at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

A volunteer uses his phone to translate English to Portuguese to communicate with Brazilian asylum seekers at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

A volunteer uses his phone to translate English to Portuguese to communicate with Brazilian asylum seekers at a shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Migrants sit inside a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants sit inside a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants sit inside a shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Children's drawings hang on the wall inside the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Children's drawings hang on the wall inside the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Children's drawings hang on the wall inside the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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U.S. Border Patrol drops off migrants at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

U.S. Border Patrol drops off migrants at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

U.S. Border Patrol drops off migrants at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Fire Department Chief Raul Mercado (left) checks in migrants arriving at a processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Fire Department Chief Raul Mercado (left) checks in migrants arriving at a processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Fire Department Chief Raul Mercado (left) checks in migrants arriving at a processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Migrants wait to be transported from the intake processing area to the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants wait to be transported from the intake processing area to the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants wait to be transported from the intake processing area to the shelter at the Southwestern New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Volunteer Aaron Prado moves cots at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Volunteer Aaron Prado moves cots at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Volunteer Aaron Prado moves cots at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Serne Gutierrez holds her son as she waits for a bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Serne Gutierrez holds her son as she waits for a bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Serne Gutierrez holds her son as she waits for a bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Migrants board a bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants board a bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Migrants board a bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait for a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait for a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait for a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait for a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait for a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait for a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait to board a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait to board a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

Jhonne Padres and his son Angel Padres, from El Salvador, wait to board a Greyhound bus outside the Mimbres Food Mart in Deming, New Mexico, May 26. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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A young Central American migrant stands in line along with fellow migrants before entering a temporary shelter, after illegally crossing the border between Mexico and the U.S., in Deming, New Mexico, May 16. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

A young Central American migrant stands in line along with fellow migrants before entering a temporary shelter, after illegally crossing the border between Mexico and the U.S., in Deming, New Mexico, May 16. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

A young Central American migrant stands in line along with fellow migrants before entering a temporary shelter, after illegally crossing the border between Mexico and the U.S., in Deming, New Mexico, May 16. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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The U.S. Border Patrol drops off migrants at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, U.S. May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

The U.S. Border Patrol drops off migrants at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, U.S. May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm

The U.S. Border Patrol drops off migrants at an intake processing center and shelter in Deming, New Mexico, U.S. May 27. REUTERS/Adria Malcolm
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