Thousands of Migrants Are Arriving in El Paso. They Have Nowhere to Sleep.
For the last couple of days, the lonely corner of Overland Avenue and Santa Fe Street in El Paso, Texas, has become home for Luis Cubillan, 41, and his family after leaving Venezuela over a month ago.
“Welcome to our home,” Cubillan comically told VICE News while folding an old rug they used as a mattress to sleep at night. “This is my wife, my two daughters, my two grandsons, and my stepson.”