The devices are a better option than detention, but they disrupt almost every aspect of daily life, from sleeping and exercising to buying groceries and getting a job, according to more than a dozen attorneys, immigrant advocates and Central American asylum-seekers.

From the article: ‘It’s Humiliating’: Released Immigrants Describe Life with Ankle Monitors

Central American asylum seekers wait at the bus station in McAllen to be taken to the Catholic Charities Humanitarian Respite Center on August 2, 2018.