After making the difficult decision to emigrate from Mexico (or any other Latino country), there is still a huge struggle of actually reaching the U.S. In a camp in Reynosa, México, there is a large group of people waiting. All of them have either been deported from the United States or have attempted to emigrate to the U.S and found that the border would not let them in. They all were waiting for Title 42, a law created under the Trump administration, to change and let them in. Under Title 42, undocumented immigrants are deported or not allowed to seek asylum into the U.S. This created a large issue in Reynosa and across different border towns in México, as the camps only grows larger and become more dangerous. Oftentimes, the people living in these camps live in tents and sleep on the floor or what they can find. They also face violence, as told by an interviewee who was living in the camp in Reynosa, "Barely two months before their arrival in Reynosa, in what appeared to be a dispute among rival members of a local cartel, some hundred and eighty shots were fired in broad daylight, killing fifteen civilians. A shoot-out between armed criminals and special security forces followed within days. Kidnappings were recurrent at the camp. Men preyed on young girls, promising to give them food if they followed them to an adjacent street. A local N.G.O. has recorded at least twenty instances of rape in recent months." (New Yorker). It is a huge injustice.