Supporters on Both Sides of the Border March in Support of the Migrant Caravan

Large crowds on both sides of the border near San Ysidro and Tijuana marched in support of the migrant caravan. The demonstrations hope to have the caravan's asylum requests processed. This comes after the Trump administration began working on major changes to immigration law. Take a look inside the two-front marches near the border below.

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In San Ysidro, a large crowd marched to the border in support of the migrant caravan.
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Nearly 20 migrant rights and social justice groups make up the San Diego Migrant and Refugee Solidarity Coalition, which hosted the Sunday march.
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The march on the U.S. side started at Larsen Field. Other California cities also marched Sunday, including L.A., Sacramento, and San Francisco.
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The group said President Trump created a “war-like situation at the border.”
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Meanwhile, supporters and members of the migrant caravan marched to the border on the Tijuana side.
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A migrant woman helps carry a handmade U.S. flag up the riverbank at the Mexico-U.S. border after getting past Mexican police at the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana.
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Dozens of officers could be seen forming a blockade.
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This comes after the Trump administration began working on major changes to immigration law, including having asylum seekers wait outside the U.S. while their applications go through the courts.
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The mayor of Tijuana has declared a humanitarian crisis as thousands of migrants live in overcrowded shelters, waiting to enter the U.S.
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The protests on both sides of the border hope to have the migrant caravan's asylum requests processed.
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