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A Look Into What Immigrant Families Face At Busiest Border Crossing08:31
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Dahani Gudiel, 25, from Guatemala turned herself and her three daughters in to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection outside of McAllen, Texas on Monday. Gudiel says she crossed the border seeking asylum after being threatened by gangs at home. (Claire Harbage/NPR)
Dahani Gudiel, 25, from Guatemala turned herself and her three daughters in to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection outside of McAllen, Texas on Monday. Gudiel says she crossed the border seeking asylum after being threatened by gangs at home. (Claire Harbage/NPR)

The Rio Grande Valley in South Texas is the busiest section of the U.S.-Mexico border. President Trump threatens shut down of the government over funding for border security.

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