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  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/17/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 17, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala speaks by cellphone with her boyfriend, at the Agape World Mission shelter, in Tijuana, Mexico. The pregnant Milagro says she no longer seeks the American dream. She now hopes to build a life in Mexico. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE303/19201119705013/May 17, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/20/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 20, 2019 photo, teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala dips her foot in the Pacific Ocean, just a few meters from the border wall that separates Mexico from the United States, at Playas de Tijuana, Mexico. For Milagros life in the border city across from San Diego has been trying and held moments of fear. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE305/19201119711364/May 20, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/23/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 23, 2019 photo, pregnant teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala fills a bucket with water at the Agape World Mission shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. At four months pregnant, Henriquez Ayala was living off cookies and juice. She started suffering abdominal pains and felt anxious, fearing Mexican officials would deport her and her sister. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE306/19201119740170/May 23, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    02/08/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this Feb. 8, 2019 file photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Xiomara Henriquez Ayala peers over to the U.S. border fence from Tijuana, Mexico, looking for a way to help her companions cross undetected. When Xiomara's sister Milagro was seven months pregnant, a smuggler infiltrated the shelter where they were staying pretending to be another migrant and tried to pressure them to cross the border illegally. They declined fearing for the health of the unborn baby. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel,...

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/23/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 23, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala, goes shopping at a supermarket in Tijuana, Mexico. Henriquez has finished the paperwork for a Mexican visa and is determined to build a life on the south side of the U.S.-Mexico border, though the lanky girl has no idea how she'll do that. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE310/19201119826909/May 23, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/11/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 11, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala poses for a portrait at the Agape World Mission shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. The shelter is the best place she has found since she left her violent homeland of El Salvador with her younger sister, Xiomara, after gangs threatened their family. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE309/19201119858299/May 11, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/24/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 24, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala gets weighed and measured by a nurse during a pre-natal exam at the General Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico. Before she and her sister were taken to the Agape World Mission shelter, She was taken to an emergency room where she almost miscarried. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE311/19201119881022/May 24, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/25/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 25, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala has her pregnant belly measured with a piece of string by a fellow migrant, during her baby shower at a hall in Tijuana, Mexico. Many of the girls and women that attended the shower gave Milagro advice on taking care of the coming baby. (AP Photo / Emilio Espejel)/XEE312/19201119903796/May 25, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/25/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 25, 2019 photo, Mindi Parish Stainer holds a doll during the baby shower for Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala, at a meeting hall in Tijuana, Mexico. Parish Stainer has been instrumental in getting the help the pregnant teenager Milagro Henriquez Ayala needed to bring her baby to term. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE313/19201119906508/May 25, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/25/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 25, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro Henriquez Ayala, prepares to put a diaper on a doll during her baby shower at a meeting hall in Tijuana, Mexico. Henriquez Ayala became pregnant by her then-boyfriend during the trip North, before arriving to Tijuana. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE314/19201120032481/May 25, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/10/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 10, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala carries her newborn son Alexander, as she boards Rev. Albert Rivera's car, outside the Tijuana General Hospital in Mexico. Rev. Rivera organized a protest and got human rights officials involved when the hospital initially denied her father access to her after she gave birth. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE316/19201120067996/June 10, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/10/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 10, 2019 photo, Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala's younger sister Xiomara, carries her newborn nephew Alexander, at the dorm room of the Agape World Mission shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. The sisters were part of an untold number of Central American minors who traveled without their parents, accompanied only by other migrants, in a caravan that crossed Mexico and landed in this crime-ridden city in November. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE318/19201120126965/June 10, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/10/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 10, 2019 photo, Rev. Albert Rivera shows the video of the demonstration held outside the Tijuana General Hospital, to Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala and her younger sister Xiomara, migrants from El Salvador, as Milagro's boyfriend Josue Mejia, from Honduras, carries Milagro's newborn baby, at the Agape World Mission shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. Rev. Rivera organized a protest and got human rights officials involved when the Tijuana hospital initially denied her father access to...

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/10/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    I this June 10, 2019 photo, migrants Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala and Josue Mejia Lucero embrace at the Agape world Mission shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. When Henriquez Ayala was seven months pregnant, a Mexican smuggler infiltrated the shelter pretending to be another migrant and tried to pressure Henriquez Ayala and her sister to cross the border illegally.(AP Photo/ Emilio Espejel)/XEE319/19201120215889/June 10, 2019 photo/1907220536

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/12/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 12, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala holds her newborn son Alexander, at the Agape World Mission shelter, in Tijuana, Mexico. The tiny, 1-month-old boy slept soundly on the bottom bunk, seemingly undisturbed by the squealing Central American toddlers running by and a kitten leaping from the neighboring bed. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE321/19201120225927/June 12, 2019 photo/1907220537

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/12/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    This June 12, 2019 photo, shows the hospital identification bracelet and birth certificate of Alexander Adonay Henriquez Ayala, displayed for a photo, the Agape World Mission shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. The baby boy was born at the Tijuana General Hospital. A Mexican citizen by birth. (Photo AP/Emilio Espejel)/XEE323/19201120256319/June 12, 2019 photo/1907220537

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/12/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 12, 2019 photo, newborn Alexander Adonay Henriquez Ayala is given his first bath at the Agape World Mission shelter, in Tijuana Mexico. Like all the baby's belongings, the tub was donated by someone across the border. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE322/19201120263286/June 12, 2019 photo/1907220537

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/12/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 12, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala nuzzles with her newborn son Alexander, at the Agape World Mission shelter, in Tijuana, Mexico. Henriquez Ayala has finished the paperwork for a Mexican visa and is determined to build a life on the south side of the U.S.-Mexico border, though the lanky girl has no idea how she'll do that. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE325/19201120276428/June 12, 2019 photo/1907220537

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/17/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    On this May 17, 2019 photo, the baby clothes of Alexander Adonay Henriquez Ayala are displayed for a photo, at the Agape World Mission shelter, In Tijuana, Mexico. Baby Alexander was born of Mialgros de Jesus Henriquez Ayala, a teen migrant mother who braved the long trip from her native El Salvador and stopped just short of crossing the border into the United States. Now both live in Tijuana. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE327/19201120290652/May 17, 2019 photo/1907220537

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/15/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 15, 2019 photo, Manuel Henriquez holds his grandson Alexander, as he sits next to his daughter Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala, on her bed, at the Agape World Mission shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. Now Henriquez is with his daughters in Tijuana after Mexico granted him a one-year humanitarian visa. (AP Photo/ Emilio Espejel)/XEE326/19201120324273/June 15, 2019 photo/1907220537

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/05/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 05, 2019 photo, teen sisters Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala and Xiomara Enriquez play in the exercise area of Playas de Tijuana, Mexico. The sisters were part of an untold number of Central American youths who traveled alone, accompanied only by other migrants in a caravan that crossed Mexico and landed in this crime-ridden city in November. Henriquez Ayala got pregnant by a boyfriend shortly before arriving to Tijuana. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE301/19201119651512/June 05,...

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/17/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    These May 17, 2019 photo, ultrasound scans, one at 22 weeks 3 days, left, and the other at 37 weeks 4 days, show how the baby of teenage migrant Milagro de Jesus Enriquez Ayala grows to term, at the Agape World Mission shelter, in Tijuana, Mexico. At four months pregnant, Henriquez was living off cookies and juice. She started suffering abdominal pains and felt anxious, fearing Mexican officials would deport her and her sister. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE302/19201119663687/May 17, 2019...

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/06/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 06, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala chats with a friend while she washes her clothes at Agape World Mission shelter, in Tijuana, Mexico. About 25 people sleep in the cinderblock room crammed with seven bunkbeds at a Tijuana shelter overflowing with migrants, primarily from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador but also from as far away as Africa. (AP Photo/ Emilio Espejel)/XEE304/19201119808381/June 06, 2019 photo/1907220538

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/23/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 23, 2019 photo, pregnant teen migrant, Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala plays video games with her friend, Ivan Duran Avila, at a small shopping plaza in Tijuana, Mexico. Henriquez has finished the paperwork for a Mexican visa and is determined to build a life on the south side of the U.S.-Mexico border, though the lanky girl has no idea how she'll do that.(AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE308/19201119833286/May 23, 2019 photo/1907220538

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    05/25/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this May 25, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala, opens her gifts during her baby shower at at a meeting hall in Tijuana, Mexico. Henriquez Ayala left her violent homeland of El Salvador with her younger sister, Xiomara after gangs threatened their family. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE315/19201119993853/May 25, 2019 photo/1907220538

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
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    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/10/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 10, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Enriquez Ayala changes the diaper of her newborn son Alexander, at the Agape World Mission shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. For Henriquez Ayala, her cramped corner bunk covered in eight backpacks with donated diapers, toys and clothing is not the ideal spot for raising her newborn son, but it is the best place she has found since she left her violent homeland of El Salvador with her younger sister, Xiomara. (AP Photo/ Emilio...

  • Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    AP22359823_000027
    Mexico Child Migrant Mother
    06/12/2019
    Emilio Espejel/AP/SIPA
    In this June 12, 2019 photo, Salvadoran teen migrant Milagro de Jesus Henriquez Ayala lies in bed with her newborn son Alexander, as she watches SpongeBob SquarePants on her smartphone, at the Agape World Mission shelter, in Tijuana, Mexico. Henriquez Ayala left middle school and has almost no job skills, and now she must find work that allows her to be with her baby, Alexander. (AP Photo/Emilio Espejel)/XEE324/19201120252563/June 12, 2019 photo/1907220538