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On the U.S.-Mexico border

Members of Mexican immigrant welfare agency Grupo Beta search in the mountains between Mexico and the U.S. for potential border crossers during a patrol on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez July 29, 2014. Grupo Beta is a Mexican federal entity founded to provide rescue, guidance and humanitarian aid to migrants and to help them get back home. 
A Salvadoran father (R) carries his son while running next to another immigrant as they try to board a train heading to the Mexican-U.S. border, in Huehuetoca, near Mexico City.
People hoping to reach the U.S. ride atop the wagon of a freight train, known as La Bestia (The Beast) in Ixtepec, in the Mexican state of Oaxaca.
A Central American migrant walks on the train tracks in Arriaga.
A handmade sign to deter trespassers hangs in the front yard of Fernando Rivera Jr.'s house in Brownsville, Texas. According to Rivera Jr, there is an open gate in the U.S.-Mexico border fence which immigrants would stroll through and onto the Rivera's property.
Immigrants hide from a border patrol vehicle while waiting a chance to cross into the United States at the border fence on the outskirts of Tijuana, Mexico.
People are taken into custody by the U.S. Border Patrol near Falfurrias, Texas.
The unidentified graves of people whose remains were found in the desert are seen in Falfurrias, Texas.
The Arizona-Mexico border fence near Naco, Arizona.
A boy tries to touch the sand on the other side of a the wall separating Mexico and the United States in Imperial Beach, California.

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