Jean Stevenson Dorvil, originally from Haiti, spent six months trying to reach Tijuana from Venezuela where he had been living. He hopes to be granted political asylum by the United States, but he’s been waiting on the Mexican side for the past six months with no word from authorities of his fate.

Jean Stevenson Dorvil, originally from Haiti, spent six months trying to reach Tijuana from Venezuela where he had been living. He hopes to be granted political asylum by the United States, but he’s been waiting on the Mexican side for the past six months with no word from authorities of his fate.

Jean Stevenson Dorvil, originally from Haiti, spent six months trying to reach Tijuana from Venezuela where he had been living. He hopes to be granted political asylum by the United States, but he's been waiting on the Mexican side for the past six months with no word from authorities of his fate.

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From the article: In Tijuana, Migrants Seeking Asylum In The U.S. Tell Harrowing Stories Of Crisis

Jean Stevenson Dorvil, originally from Haiti, spent six months trying to reach Tijuana from Venezuela where he had been living. He hopes to be granted political asylum by the United States, but he's been waiting on the Mexican side for the past six months with no word from authorities of his fat

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