For some, the school commute means long waits, US border agents

At 6am every weekday, dozens of children and teenagers with colourful backpacks queue at the port of entry in Nogales on the Mexican side of the US-Mexico border, each waiting for a Border Patrol officer to call them forward.

After showing proof of identification, the students walk into the United States, an impossible feat for many of their parents. Some of the students have parents who were deported, and others were born in the US while their parents were in the country with a visitor’s visa.

Read on via Al Jazeera