The Trump Administration has been releasing hundreds if not thousands of migrants in the Rio Grande Valley.
One of the first stops for many in Brownsville is the Good Neighbor Settlement House, a homeless shelter. Normally there were a few dozen, but more recently numbers have shot up to as many as 400 per day.
The migrants are brought here for a short period of time and can shower, eat and get some clean clothes. Volunteers help migrants work out travel arrangements so they can meet up with relatives or sponsors in other parts of the country while they await their day in immigration court.
The mayor of Brownsville, Texas, was told to expect close to 6,000 migrants released in the Rio Grande Valley this week. A local shelter has been taking in hundreds each day.
Calls are out for those willing to help.
Enough chaos that recently some were released without paperwork.
There are also people helping out some still across the bridge in Matamoros.