Haitian migrants in legal limbo trying to reach the US

The World

In the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, tens of thousands of migrants hoping to reach the United States are caught in legal limbo. They're originally from different countries in Central and South America, but many of them are from Haiti. It appears that most of the people who were camped out under that bridge in Del Rio, Texas, last month had come through this part of Mexico. The World’s Latin America correspondent Jorge Valencia is in Chiapas.