The journey to the U.S.-Mexico border is over for a caravan of Central American migrants, but their push for asylum has just started. The group arrived in Tijuana, Mexico, just across the border from San Diego Sunday. Before members of the group had a chance to seek asylum, U.S. Customs and Border Protection put out a statement saying the San Diego border crossing had already reached capacity for the day. It said that officers couldn't process any more claims of people without proper documentation so those seeking asylum would have to wait on the Mexican side of the border.
About 50 people from the caravan that at times numbered over a thousand are planning to seek asylum.