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> Yes we can, those were the celebratory words of these migrants after eight women and children from the so-called caravan of migrants were allowed into the US. Reuters correspondent, Delphine Schrank was there when they were granted entry.>> So right behind me is the gate into the United States where eight were allowed through, I was lucky enough to be here with them.
It happened very suddenly. 15 mothers, eight children had camped out a little, a few feet from here, bundled up in blankets, it's very cold. And as you can see, there are some of them behind me, waiting for tomorrow and for their turn to maybe pass through. So here we are now and it seems that the situation is changing little by little, trickle by trickle, the migrants who'll be allowed to enter into the United States.
>> Their success coming after an arduous month-long journey from Central America, that drew President Donald Trump's wrath.>> Are you watching that mess that's going on right now with the caravan?>> Late Monday, the Department of Justice filed criminal charges against 11 members of the caravan, accused of entering the country illegally.
It's still unclear if those left behind would be allowed to make their beds for asylum. Officials are telling them that the facility is full, but the caravan members say they'll remain at the border until they at least get a chance to try and convince border agents that it's too dangerous to return home.