Migrant Caravan REFUSES Work Permits from Mexico: Shouldn’t that End Their Claim to Refugee Status?

You’d think that being a “refugee” meant fleeing a war-torn or otherwise inhabitable area and then stopping in the first safe place. That would be a reasonable thought given that the definition of a refugee is “One who flees to a refuge or shelter or place of safety.”

However, the migrant caravan heading toward America and its enablers in the Biden regime have a different take on things.

As the Post Millennial reports, the migrants in the caravan were offered “visas to stay and work in Mexico by Mexican authorities…” Adding more details, Reuters reported that:

“Migrants advocate Irineo Mujica, one of the caravan’s leaders, said migrants mostly rejected the offer of so-called humanitarian visas from the agents in exchange for ending their journey. The migrants also would have had to report to government shelters and consent to be moved to other states, Mujica said.

[…]The humanitarian visas would have temporarily regularized the migrants’ legal status in Mexico while granting them access to public services like healthcare, as well as the ability to work.

So, they’ve been offered a shelter/place of safety by the Mexican government. There’s no more problem, right?

Not so fast. They refused the offer and kept passing through Mexico, their caravan pointed like a dagger at the American border as the thousands upon thousands of “refugees” composing it keep marching ever onward.

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