Guatemala Town's Residents Weigh Playing Cat-and-mouse Game on U.S. Border

SAN MARTIN JILOTEPEQUE, Guatemala — Ana Matzutz and her teenage son, Esduardo, stood across from each other at the family's fruit stand, arguing about their likely migration north.The other half of their family — father and daughter — made it to the United States just days before in search of opportunity and away from gangs. They await Ana and Esduardo in New Jersey, and Ana, 32, considers it her duty to reunite the family. But Esduardo, 14, wants to finish school and study law.  Continue reading...

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