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She had been unable to persuade them to wait in Mexico until they were able to obtain a legal entry visa. I lay awake that night in my motel, praying and thinking of Martha and Maria and Tomas climbing up rocky mountainsides in the darkness with temperatures of 20 degrees or so.This process can take years, and their children in Phoenix needed them. Unlike most coyotes, who are now controlled by gangs smuggling drugs, the man they were waiting for was a friend and they trusted him; he had been able to help someone they knew cross the border a few months ago. Just one misstep could cause a sprained ankle or broken leg, making it impossible to get to safety, perhaps causing death from hypothermia.“Pray for us,” said Martha, standing at a street corner on the Mexican side of Nogales, the city split in two by the US-Mexico border.She, her sister Maria, and Maria’s husband Tomas were waiting for the (immigrant smuggler) to pick them up and drive them outside the city to an area where the 30-ft.-high wall ends and they would be crossing into Arizona to begin the 70-mile walk to Tucson.The only sobering detail is the requirement to have the interview in Ciudad Juarez, just across the border from El Paso, Texas, and currently known as the murder capital of the world because of the lawlessness of the drug cartels there.In 2009 it was declared “the most violent zone in the world outside of declared war zones” with 2,600 killings.For example, Shura Wallin, my guide, told me what often happens when helicopters police the border.

If this is what we need to get support for immigration reform from those in Congress who oppose it, it’s hardly worth the effort.

They arrived in Zacatecas in March, and in December their mother died. In January they were all three returning to the US when they discovered that the border had changed in the last fifteen years, especially since September 11, 2001.

It’s a lot harder now to cross into “El Norte” (the term commonly used by Mexicans to refer to the United States).

Laws prevent you from taking a shivering immigrant to shelter: actions like those of the kind traveler in Jesus’ story are currently illegal in the US.

You can provide food, water, blankets, jackets, shoes—but for transportation you could be punished with 15 years in prison.