April 4, 2018 - Karla Gonzalez, 28, and her son Fernando Garcia, 3, from Honduras in the spot they have staked claim over in the sports complex where the migrant caravan has stopped in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Over a thousand migrants from Central America, the majority from Honduras, are taking part in a "migrant caravan," an annual event where migrants band together to make the journey through Mexico and then, at the end of their journey, applying for asylum in the United States.
The caravan has drawn the attention of US President Donald Trump, whose Easter-day tweetstorm has caused Mexican officials to act on disbanding the caravan.
Here in Matias Romero, migrants are stuck camping on a soccer field while Mexican officials hand out short transit visas or 30 days visas that allow migrants to apply for asylum here in Mexico.
Meghan Dhaliwal for the Los Angeles Times