Volunteers in California help migrants at the US-Mexico border In California, volunteers are aiding migrants who have traveled long distances to reach the US.

While the border crisis has typically centered on Texas, recent shifts show an increase in crossings in states like Arizona and California.

San Ysidro, near San Diego, has seen a significant rise in crossings, with many migrants arriving from various countries.

This surge has strained local resources, leading to challenges in processing and accommodating migrants.

Despite efforts to provide assistance, such as transitional centers, funding shortages and political debates hinder effective solutions.

Meanwhile, the Biden administration faces pressure to address border security issues while balancing humanitarian concerns.

(Based on BBC reporting)


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